underaction

underaction

(ˌʌndərˈækʃən)
n
1. inadequate activity
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) supplemental or secondary action
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Assessment of motility revealed noticeable underaction of both superior oblique muscles.
Research findings derived from distributed robotics, biomechanical modeling, multisensory tracking, underaction in control and cognitive systems will be integrated to address the scientific and technological challenges imposed in creating effective wearable haptic interaction.
Hess screen test revealed underaction of the left IR muscle.
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Research findings derived from distributed robotics, biomechanical modelling, multisensory tracking, underaction in control and cognitive systems will be integrated to address the scientific and technological challenges imposed in creating effective wearable haptic interaction.
The ocular motility examination showed grade 2 overaction of the right inferior oblique muscle and underaction of the superior oblique muscle on the same side without any limitation of ocular motility in both eyes (Figure 4).
Isolated superior oblique tucking: an effective procedure for superior oblique palsy with profound superior oblique underaction.