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Definition of the noun atonicity

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noun - plural: atonicities

  1. lack of normal muscular tension or tonus

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Google previewThe Mobile Medical and Surgical Journal (1904)

Atonicity is the keynote of its administration. The writer's experience with this remedy years ago caused him to come to the conclusion that the agent exercised a special sedative influence when with irritable, irregular and feeble pulse there ...

Google previewTraumatic Surgery (1917)

by John Joseph Moorhead

Muscular relaxation due to pregnancy, tumors, ascites, visceral displacement, or operations are important factors because atonicity is a very essential ...

Google previewThe Doctor and Od Quarterly (1893)

Atonicity is the key— note of its adminis— tration. The writer's experithe pulse' wave. It is the heart tonic, [bar excellence, as it produces stimulation from actually increased. nerve tone, ~thrOugh improved nutrition of the heart. It produces no ...

Google previewMedical Record (1905)

by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman

Atonicity is the keynote of its administration.

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Music (2005)

Atonicity : Noun for atonic.

Google previewDICTIONARY OF MEDICAL TERMS,6th ed. (2012)

lack of nor mal tone, usually of a muscle, muscle system, or the bladder, also: atonia, atonicity.

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

atonicity. See atonia. atopic /Ɨtopމik/ [Gk, a + topos, not place], pertaining to a hereditary tendency to experience immediate allergic reactions such as asthma, dermatitis or vasomotor rhinitis because of the presence of an antibody of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Phonetics and Phonology (2004)

by R.L. Trask

atonicity /eıtə'nısıti/. Ant. tonic. ATR /eı t: 'ɒː/ n. (also advanced ...

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary of Psychology (1991)

by Stuart Sutherland

atonicity, atony. Synonyms for ATONIA. ATP. An abbreviation for ADENOSINE TRiPHOSPHATE. atrophy.

Google previewDictionary of Psychology (2000)

Atonicity. 1. Lack of normal muscle tone.

Google previewMosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)

by Mosby

atonicity. See atonia. atony, loss of muscular tone. See atonic, def. 2. atopic /ātop′′ik/ [Gk, a + topos, not place], pertaining to a hereditary tendency to experience immediate allergic reactions such as asthma or vasomotor ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health Professions (2016)

by Mosby

atonicity. See atonia. atony, loss of muscular tone. See atonic, def. 2. atopic /ātop′′ik/ [Gk, a + topos, not place], pertaining to a hereditary tendency to experience immediate allergic reactions such as asthma or vasomotor ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Thoracic Surgery / Handbuch Der Thoraxchirurgie (2012)

Band / Volume 2: Spezieller Teil 1 / Special by Ernst Derra

atonicity and to the consequent loss of dynamic support to the essentially passive mitral annulus fibrosus. Direct rheumatic involvement of the annulus also may play a ...

Google previewBlackwell's Nursing Dictionary (2013)

by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero

— atonia, atony, atonicity,

Google previewTaber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2017)

by Donald Venes

atonicity ...

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Scrabble value of A1T1O1N1I1C3I1T1Y4

The value of this 9-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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