Dystocia, cervical: Dystocia caused by mechanical obstruction at the cervix.
- Dystocia, fetal
Dystocia, fetal: Dystocia caused by the fetus, due to its size (too big), shape, or position in the uterus.
- Dystocia, placental
Dystocia, placental: Dystocia characterized by trouble delivering the placenta (afterbirth).
Involuntary movements and prolonged muscle contraction that result in twisting body motions, tremors, and abnormal posture. These movements may involve the entire body or only an isolated area. Dystonia can be inherited, may occur sporadically without any genetic pattern, may be associated with medications (particularly antipsychotic drugs), or may be a symptom of certain diseases […]
- Dystonia musculorum deformans (DMD)
Dystonia musculorum deformans (DMD): Also called torsion dystonia, this is a fortunately rare, generalized dystonia (a state of abnormal — either excessive of inadequate — muscle tone) that can be inherited, usually begins in childhood, and becomes progressively worse. It can leave individuals seriously disabled and confined to a wheelchair.
- Dystonia, cranial
Dystonia, cranial: A form of dystonia that affects the muscles of the head, face, and neck. Spasmodic torticollis can be classified as a type of cranial dystonia.