dyskinesia

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dyskinesia

[‚dis·kə′nē·zhə]
(medicine)
Disordered movements of voluntary or involuntary muscles, particularly those seen in disorders of the extrapyramidal system.
Impaired voluntary movements.
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General characteristics and scapular dyskinesis screening: Anthropometric data and clinical assessment for identification of the scapular dyskinesis were performed.
Watson states that scapular depression along with dyskinesis is commonly seen in TOS patients, and that this encourages costoclavicular compression.
The disabled throwing shoulder: spectrum of pathology Part III: The SICK scapula, scapular dyskinesis, the kinetic chain, and rehabilitation.
Specific kinematics and associated muscle activation in individuals with scapular dyskinesis. J Shoulder Elbow Surg (2015) -, 1-8.
Effects of scapular dyskinesis and scapular assistance test on subacromial space during static arm elevation, J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2012;21:631-640.
Echocardiographic findings indicated that in patients with TOF after surgical correction, the impaired function of both RV and LV might be similar to earlier studies due to dyskinesis of the outflow patch, RV fibrosis, diminished RV diastolic function, and LV dysfunction.
Each segment was analyzed individually and scored by motion and systolic thickening as follows: 1 = normal/hyperkinesis, 2 = hypokinesis, 3 = akinesis, 4 = dyskinesis, and 5 = aneurysmal.
Transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) showed dyskinesis of anterior left ventricular wall and mild mitral and tricuspid regurgitation.
However, CE may fail to identify lesions in the distal ileum due to dyskinesis of the gastrointes- tinal tract or disturbance by residual food or battery expiration.
The condition is hypothesised to develop from motor dysfunction of the smooth muscle or the myenteric plexus of the small bowel leading to a combination of abnormal peristalsis, intestinal dyskinesis, and high segmental intra-luminal pressures (jejuno-ileal dyskinesia)5-8.
Myocarditis is present in 80% of patients presenting severe symptoms of acute Chagas disease, it causes myocardial dyskinesis, heart enlargement, pericardial effusion and heart failure (references in 7).