abnormal posture

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  • As sufferers age, problems in the knee and back can arise secondary to abnormal posture and stride adopted to protect the affected joint. ...
  • Males also had a decreased body weight, an abnormal posture and atypical indirect calorimetry data. ...
  • In severely raised intracranial pressure, the level of consciousness is decreased, the blood pressure rises, the heart rate falls and the patient assumes an abnormal posture. ...
  • A neurological examination would show evidence of muscle rigidity; weakness; and abnormal postures, movements, and tremors. ...
  • Such abnormal postures include foot inversion, wrist ulnar deviation, or lordotic trunk twisting. ...
  • Abnormal postures are usually associated with the antigravity muscles, which are extensors in the leg and the flexors in the arm. ...
  • Pain is associated with tight or shortened muscles, abnormal posture, stiff joints, unsuitable orthosis, etc. ...
  • Reducing the dosage of the antipsychotic drugs resulted in gradual improvement in the abnormal posture. ...
  • An acute dystonic reaction consists of sustained, painful muscular spasms, producing twisting of the trunk/body and abnormal posture. ...
  • Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder characterized by sustained muscle contraction leading to abnormal posture, twisting, and repetitive movement. ...
  • This is usually associated with a backward axial rotation of the spine and indifferent to markedly abnormal posture. ...
  • Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder, in which sustained muscle contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures.
  • Dystonia is a movement disorder in which involuntarily sustained or intermittent muscle contractions cause twisting or repetitive movements, abnormal postures, or both. ...
  • Focal dystonia is a neurological condition that affects a muscle or group of muscles in a specific part of the body causing involuntary muscular contractions and abnormal postures. ...
  • The deficits are expected to be in areas related to the part of the brain that has been damaged; if a stroke has occurred in the motor cortex, deficits may include paralysis, abnormal posture, or abnormal movement synergies. ...
  • Behavioral changes can include lethargy, a failure to seek shelter, a failure to flee, a loss of righting reflex, and abnormal posture (e.g. sitting with the hind legs away from the body). ...
  • Spasmodic torticollis is a form of focal dystonia, a disorder that is described by sustained muscle contractions causing repetitive and twisting movements, and abnormal postures in a single body region. ...