Uterovaginal packing was given in 53 cases of atonic
The clinical signs focused were depression, ataxia, anorexia, dehydration, fluid distention, cyclic feed intake, laminitis (Bolton and Pass 1988), atonic
rumen (Crichlow and Chaplin 1985), elevated heart rate (Westwood and Lean 2001), decreased dry matter intake (Stock, 2000; Garry, 2002), lameness (Harris and Hibburt.
"Then she dropped onto the floor having an atonic
In the RTLEMHS, the following entries related to syllables can also be found: syllable, open syllable, atonic
syllable, closed syllable, and tonic syllable.
KEYWORDS: Adherent placenta, Emergency obstetric hysterectomy, Atonic
After delivery, she began to hemorrhage and the uterus became atonic
. Hysterectomy was performed but the bleeding did not stop.
LGS patients often suffer drop seizures--defined by researchers as "atonic
, tonic or tonic-clonic seizures involving the entire body, trunk or head that led or could have led to a fall, injury, slumping in a chair or hitting the patient's head on a surface." Patients often experience developmental and intellectual disabilities and require lifelong care.
Meanwhile, he also experienced clonic and generalized tonicclonic (GTCS) and atonic
seizures and had spasticity predominant in the lower extremities with no pathological reflexes.
i) Vowels, tonic (sira, sapiri, pirchi, fimmina; profunno) (9) and atonic
(pinsero, pinsari, nenti, vidiri, poviro; comu), primarily front.
Bakri balloon versus condom-loaded Foley's catheter for treatment of atonic
postpartum haemorrhage secondary to vaginal delivery: A randomized controlled trial.
In Japan, the agent is approved as an adjunctive therapy to other AEDs in the treatment of tonic and atonic
seizures associated with LGS when therapy with other AEDs is considered inadequate.
Some types include tonic-clonic, absence, atonic
, impaired awareness, aware and myoclonic.