dyssynergia


dyssynergia
Failure of parts of the anatomy to work together correctly.

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  • dyssynergia — An aspect of ataxia, in which an act is not performed smoothly or accurately because of lack of harmonious association of its various components; usually used to describe abnormalities of movement caused by cerebellar disorders. [dys + G. syn,… …   Medical dictionary

  • dyssynergia — dys·synergia …   English syllables

  • dyssynergia — noun inability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements; unsteady movements and staggering gait • Syn: ↑ataxia, ↑ataxy, ↑motor ataxia • Derivationally related forms: ↑ataxic (for: ↑ataxia), ↑atactic …   Useful english dictionary

  • dyssynergia cerebellaris myoclonica — dyssynergia cerebellaris progressiva associated with myoclonus epilepsy …   Medical dictionary

  • dyssynergia cerebellaris progressiva — a condition marked by generalized intention tremors with disturbance of muscle tone and of muscular coordination; due to disorder of cerebellar function. Called also Ramsay Hunt syndrome …   Medical dictionary

  • Bladder sphincter dyssynergia — Classification and external resources Urodynamic trace of detrusor sphincter dyssynergia. ICD 9 596.55 …   Wikipedia

  • bladder neck dyssynergia — reduced opening of the bladder neck during urination due to dyssynergia of the smooth muscle, resulting in partial obstruction of urinary flow; seen primarily in young to middle aged men. Called also smooth sphincter d …   Medical dictionary

  • detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia — detrusor–striated sphincter dyssynergia contraction of the sphincter muscle of the urethra at the same time the detrusor muscle of the bladder is contracting, resulting in obstruction of normal urinary outflow; it may accompany detrusor… …   Medical dictionary

  • biliary dyssynergia — failure of coordinated action of the different parts of the biliary system. Cf. biliary dyskinesia …   Medical dictionary

  • detrusor–external sphincter dyssynergia — detrusor sphincter d …   Medical dictionary


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