hypermotility


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Related to hypermotility: Hypermobility, Hypermobility syndrome
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Noun1.hypermotility - excessive movement; especially excessive motility of the gastrointestinal tract
illness, sickness, unwellness, malady - impairment of normal physiological function affecting part or all of an organism
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opioid receptor that is designed to mitigate both abdominal pain due to intestinal hyperalgesia and gastric hypermotility associated with IBS-D, without CNS penetration, added the company.
Treatment of the fever with 440 mg of naproxen sodium was hindered by lack of absorption due to hypermotility.
Furthermore, as it is beneficial in hypermotility, it might be effective in minimizing stress induced IBS-D.
Although the exact cause for tubal torsion is not known, many etiologies have been proposed, these includes anatomical abnormalities (long mesosalpinx, tubal abnormalities, haematosalpinx, hydrosalpinx, hydatids of Morgagni), Physiological abnormalities (abnormal peristalsis, hypermotility of tube, tubal spasm and intestinal peristalsis), Haemodynamic abnormalities (venous congestion in the mesosalpinx), Sellheim theory (sudden body position change.
Several studies evaluated its use to reduce the animal hypermotility, reducing thus the fish stress during handling (CUNHA et al.
Group I included 30 girls who had visceral signs of CTD: asthenic body type or insufficient body weight; increased tissue bleeding; vegetovascular dysfunction; impaired cardiac rhythm and conduction in ECG; scoliosis, kyphosis, kyphoscoliosis, joint hypermotility, tendency to dislocation, sprain ligaments of the joints; susceptibility to allergic reactions and colds, previous tonsillectomy, biliary dyskinesia, impaired evacuation of the gastrointestinal tract.
Complications of mast cell disease in domestic animals include gastroduodenal ulceration secondary to histamine release and subsequent stimulation of gastric H2 receptors, excessive acid secretion, and hypermotility.
Toxic cardiac glycosides have been reported to have a direct stimulatory action on the smooth muscles of the intestine and blood vessel walls leading to gastro intestinal tract irritation, hypermotility, diarrhoea, rapid fluid loss and subsequently dehydration [32].