Pathology. lack of tone or energy; muscular weakness, especially in a contractile organ.
Phonetics. lack of stress accent.
(pathol) lack of normal tone or tension, as in muscles; abnormal relaxation of a muscle
(phonetics) lack of stress or accent on a syllable or word
atony at·o·ny (āt’ə-nē, āt’n-ē) or a·to·ni·a (ā-tō’nē-ə)
Lack of normal tone or tension; flaccidity.
Pathology. lack of tone or energy; muscular weakness, especially in a contractile organ. Phonetics. lack of stress accent. Historical Examples The last writer especially distinguishes clearly between dilatation due to stenosis and that due to atony. A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various The muscle of the bowel is in a […]
Phonetics. . Obsolete, . Pathology. characterized by atony. Grammar. an word, syllable, or sound. Historical Examples During the periods of calm, on the contrary, the left side also is atonic. Pedagogical Anthropology Maria Montessori Firstly, they are of use in simple debility and in atonic dyspepsia. The Action of Medicines in the System Frederick William […]
- Atonic bladder
atonic bladder atonic bladder n. A large dilated urinary bladder that does not empty, usually due to disturbance of innervation or to chronic obstruction.
lack of tone; atony.