akinesis


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Noun1.akinesis - motionlessness attributable to a temporary paralysisakinesis - motionlessness attributable to a temporary paralysis
palsy, paralysis - loss of the ability to move a body part
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MRI sequences include RVOT cine SSFP sequences which demonstrate the transannular patch with bulging and akinesis of the aneurysmal patch.
LV aneurysm was defined as a segment of the LV wall protruding from the expected outline of the ventricular chamber and displaying dyskinesis or akinesis.
Causes of acute mitral incompetence [1,2] Organic causes of acute mitral Functional causes of acute incompetence mitral incompetence Leaflet perforation or chordae Dilated cardiomyopathy leads to tendineae rupture from leaflet tethering endocarditis Chordal rupture in myxomatous Acute ischaemic akinesis of wall valvular disease segments and papillary muscle dysfunction Papillary muscle rupture due to Takotsubos cardiomyopathy myocardial infarction Prosthetic valve dysfunction due to endocarditis Table 3.
In cases of pheochromocytoma and Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, the most frequent pattern is inverted with basal and midventricular akinesis and a hyperkinetic apex.
An 80% reduction in coronary blood flow causes akinesis, whereas a 95% decrease causes dyskinesis.
Apical ballooning syndrome was defined as having normal coronary arteries and characteristic left ventriculogram (LVG) (ballooning pattern : a0 pical akinesis with hyperkinesia over the basal region).
The myocardium fails to contract normally, thereby creating an area of akinesis or bulge in the affected region.
Left ventriculography demonstrated distal inferior wall akinesis with overall preserved left ventricular (LV) systolic function.
Aboul-Nasr and Erakey (16) found that immobile or akinesis state of bedbugs C.
Anticoagulant therapy may be considered for patients with ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) and anterior apical akinesis or dyskinesis (Class IIb).
A further echocardiogram on postoperative day 7 demonstrated akinesis of the apex, distal anterolateral, septal and inferior walls with hyperdynamic contraction of the basal half of the ventricle.
Echocardiography showed a 5-cm pericardial mass adhering to the left lateral and posterior ventricular wall, resulting in severe akinesis of the cardiac wall (Fig.