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Related to spasmodic: Spasmodic croup, Spasmodic torticollis
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Another resident of the same sector said spasmodic supply of water to the area forced residents to install their own tanks on the rooves for the fulfillment of water needs.
id=5296702&page=1) reportedly has a condition called spasmodic dysphonia, a neurological condition that the U.
RAWALPINDI -- In connection with Surgical Week of Society of Surgeons of Pakistan a Pre-Conference Workshop on "Recent Advances in the Management of Spasmodic Abdominal Pain due to Renal, Biliary and Ureteric Colic" held here on Thursday.
com)-- The National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association (NSDA) is hosting an Education Conference on spasmodic dysphonia on Saturday, November 5, at the Hampton Inn City Center.
And, for her part, Francesca Martinez has cerebral palsy but has managed, despite her occasionally spasmodic movements and slurred speech, to become a popular stand-up comedian who's invited to perform all over the globe!
And they gradually got on top and restricted Jubilee to some spasmodic attacks.
Spasmodic dysphonia (SD) is a neurological disorder affecting the voice muscles in the larynx.
This article describes the clinical uses of botulinum toxin to manage spasmodic dysphonia, singer's dystonia, essential vocal tremor, unilateral and bilateral laryngeal synkinesis, paradoxical vocal fold motion, and occupational oromandibular dystonia.
Like a spasmodic trembling hand, like an arm of dew in the morning, I
When a critic in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine complained that there was too much 'of the spasmodic and hysterical' in Smith's poetry the epithet stuck, as Smith and certain others were labelled 'the spasmodic school'.
Spasmodic dysphonia (SD) is a rare, neurogenic voice disorder that is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed due to its similarity to other voice disorders and a lack of research data.
The author's father Bill developed spasmodic torticollis, a condition of persistent involuntary contraction of the neck muscles, while in the Navy in WWII.