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18) If floppiness of the epiglottis or aryepiglottic folds was seen while the patient was breathing spontaneously, trimming of the mucosa of the aryepiglottic fold(s) was performed to allow for increased airflow.
Early symptoms include infant floppiness, poor feeding, and failure or delay in achieving motor milestones.
But those doctrines fall short in multiple ways, ranging from their inattention to congressional intent and statutory variety to their floppiness as legal rules.
The gangly model is drawn with a drooping head and rag-doll floppiness --with any other young artist this might appear accidental, but given Picasso's prodigious skills as a draughtsman, we know it is entirely deliberate.
He was taken into the neonatal unit at the women's hospital where, his parents were assured, the body floppiness noticed at birth would improve.
Acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) is defined as sudden onset of weakness and floppiness in any part of the body in a child <15 years of age or paralysis in a person of any age in whom polio is suspected (1).
This is a combination of signs and symptoms causing a complex which is often not ascribed to the floppiness.