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Opisthotonus or opisthotonos, from Greek roots, opistho meaning "behind" and tonos meaning "tension", is a state of a severe hyperextension and spasticity in which an individual's head, neck and spinal column enter into a complete "bridging" or "arching" position. This...
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Opisthotonos is a condition in which the body is held in an abnormal posture. ... If a person with opisthotonos lays on his or her back, only the back of the head ...
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If a person with opisthotonos were laid on his or her back, only the back of the ... Opisthotonos may occur in infants with meningitis, where it is a sign of ...
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If a person with opisthotonos were laid on his or her back, only the back of ... Opisthotonos may occur in infants with meningitis, where it is a sign of ...
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List of 20 disease causes of Opisthotonos, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Opisthotonos. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests, ...
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Opisthotonos is a condition of abnormal posturing that involves rigidity and ... If a person with opisthotonos were laid on his or her back, only the back of the ...
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Opisthotonos Christina Care Health System Wilmington, Delaware DE ... Opisthotonos is a condition of abnormal posturing that involves rigidity and ...
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... about the causes of Opisthotonos and treatments for Opisthotonos in the Symptoms Dictionary at ... Opisthotonos is a condition of abnormal posturing ...
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Free reference information from The NY Times on symptoms and their causes, home care, the doctor visit, exams and tests, as well as links to related news and features.
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Opisthotonos information center covers causes, symptoms, expectations, home care, signs of concern, and treatment. ... Opisthotonos: Home Care & Treatment ...
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Opisthotonos information center covers Common Causes. ... Opisthotonos: Home Care & Treatment. • Call your Health Care Provider if ...
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If a person with opisthotonos... Opisthotonos may occur in infants with meningitis , where it is a sign of ... Typically opisthotonos is a symptom that ...
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Information about Opisthotonos in the free online English ... opisthotonos - severe spasm in which the back arches and the head bends back and ...
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Opisthotonos is an condition characterized by rigidity and severe arching of the ... Medical history questions documenting opisthotonos in detail may include: ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Opisthotonos occurs in meningitis, especially in infants, due to irritation of ...
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Typically, however, opisthotonos is a symptom that follows late in the course of ... The cause of the opisthotonos will be suggested by the history and ...
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Op·is·thot·o·nos n. (Med.) A tetanic spasm in which the body is bent backwards and ... WordNet: opisthotonos. Top. Home > Library > Literature & Language > WordNet ...
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