atony

Type: Term Pronunciation: at′ŏ-nē Definitions: 1. Relaxation, flaccidity, or lack of tone or tension. Synonyms: atonia, atonicity
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Atony

At'o·ny noun [ Greek ... slackness; 'a priv. + ... tone, strength, ... to stretch: confer French atonie .] (Medicine) Want of tone; weakness of the system, or of any organ, especially of such as are contractile.
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atony

<neurology> A lack of normal tone or strength. ... Origin: L. Atonia, Gr. Tonos = tension ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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atony

(at´ә-ne) lack of normal tone or strength; flaccidity. adj., aton´ic., adj.
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Atony

• (n.) Want of tone; weakness of the system, or of any organ, especially of such as are contractile.
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atony

(L. atonia from a neg. + Gr. tonos tension) lack of normal tone or strength.
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atony

atony, atonies, atonias 1. Lack of tone or energy; muscular weakness; especially, in a contractile organ. 2. Lack of normal muscle tone. 3. Lack of normal tone or tension; flaccidity.
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Atony

In medicine, atony (i; also atonia) is a condition in which a muscle has lost its strength. It is frequently associated with the conditions atonic seizure, atonic colon, uterine atony, gastrointestinal atony (occurs postoperatively) and choreatic atonia. Atony can also refer to the paralyzed or extremely relaxed state of skeletal muscles in rapid ...
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atony

muscular weakness
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