dyskinetic


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dyskinetic

(ˌdɪskɪˈnɛtɪk)
adj
(Pathology) relating to dyskinesia
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Our findings that 88.2% of patients were classified as spastic and 3.2% was classified as dyskinetic were consistent with previous studies (10,11).
Using the afore-mentioned parametres the most commonly used classification divides individual cases into spastic (may be diplegic, hemiplegic or quadriplegic), dyskinetic (choreoathetoid or dystonic), ataxic or mixed types of CP.
Cerebral palsy was classified according to ICD10 criteria with the following subgroups: spastic bilateral and unilateral, dyskinetic, atactic, or not further classified.
She responded well to intravenous antibiotics and fluids, but the dyskinetic cycling continued despite withholding her carbidopa-levodopa and decreasing her pergolide by half.
Barrister Alan Saggerson said: "As a result of asphyxia at the time of his birth, he suffers from dyskinetic cerebral palsy.
The infertility of males is due to diminished sperm motility, while in females is due to defective ovum transport because of dyskinetic motion of oviductal cilia, suggesting that ciliated endosalpinx is essential for human reproduction.
In this condition, untreated patients have elevated beta activity in basal ganglia-cortical circuits and slowed movement [13], whereas dyskinetic treated patients have elevated gamma activity at about 70 Hz and have excessive movement [14, 15].
Methods: Between April 2006 and March 2015, 18 patients with dyskinetic (dyskinetic group) and 12 patients with akinetic (akinetic group) postinfarction LV anterior aneurysm receiving SVR with the Dor procedure at Chinese People's Liberation Army General Hospital were enrolled in this study.
(1) By modulating dopamine transport into presynaptic vesicles, synaptic dopamine release is decreased, thereby reducing the postsynaptic stimulation of D2 receptors and the severity of dyskinetic movements.