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Ciliary Muscle Paralyzing Agent (Overview)

Ciliary muscle paralyzing agents are a kind of eye dilating drug (eye-affecting drug).


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Can you relax ciliary muscle spasm?

Can you relax ciliary muscle spasm?

Yes : Ask your eye doctor for exercises which can help you relax these muscles which control the lenses of your eyes. ...Read more

Ciliary Muscle Paralyzing Agent (Overview)

Ciliary muscle paralyzing agents are a kind of eye dilating drug (eye-affecting drug).


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Can you relax ciliary muscle spasm?

Yes : Ask your eye doctor for exercises which can help you relax these muscles which control the lenses of your eyes. ...Read more

Dr. Jeffrey Bassman Dr. Bassman
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Treating Muscle Strain (Checklist)

Determine the cause of your strain if possible
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Try rest, ice, compression, elevation (RICE)
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Ease back into activity; don't overdo it
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Consider physical therapy or range-of-motion massage
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Is an orgasm an involuntary muscle contraction of the smooth muscle tissue?

Is an orgasm an involuntary muscle contraction of the smooth muscle tissue?

Sort of: Orgasm is a complex reaction that causes, among other things, certain smooth muscle fibers (vagina/uterus) to have rhythmic contractions. Not every smooth muscle contraction is due to an orgasm. ...Read more

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Is effect of numbing injections muscle paralysis?

Is effect of numbing injections muscle paralysis?

Yes. : Medications used in numbing injections temporarily interrupt the entire function of the nerve injected. If the nerved which was injected is a sensory and motor nerve (meaning that it goes to/serves a muscle), the injection would cause numbness and paralysis. Ortho patients who have had "blocks" to improve pain control post-op experience this effect commonly. ...Read more

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What is the mechanism by which smooth, skelatol and cardiac muscle twitch?

What is the mechanism by which smooth, skelatol and cardiac muscle twitch?

Depolarization: When you apply an electric current to any of the above fibers, you cause depolarization, ion flux, and movement of protein filaments resulting in the characteristic "twitch". If you're really interested, check out: http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=fduja8rwntk. ...Read more

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What conditions cause contraction of bronchiole smooth muscle?

What conditions cause contraction of bronchiole smooth muscle?

Asthma: Asthma is the prototypical disease whereby reversible bronchiolar smooth muscle constriction leads to tight airways and obstructive lung symptoms. Copd, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, also has a component of smooth muscle constriction. ...Read more

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Involuntary muscle contractions of the eye lid?

Involuntary muscle contractions of the eye lid?

Blepharospasm: Causes quivering or involuntary contraction of the muscle surrounding the eye. This can be a significant problem and often can be relieved with Botox injections into the orbicularis muscle under the guidance of an ophthalmologist or neurologist experienced in the use of the medication. The drug induces a reversible paralysis of the muscle making the contractions significantly less. ...Read more

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Of preventing facial muscle spasms?

Of preventing facial muscle spasms?

Reduce stress: I think it really depends on what you mean. True spasms of facial muscles (intermittent tightening with or without pain) may be indicative of an underlying neurologic condition. If what you are referring to is that, rather than say wrinkles, it would be important to see your physician to discuss. ...Read more

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What are bronchial smooth muscle contractions?

For breathing: Your breathing tubes, the bronchi, have smooth muscle around them to help you to breath. They can contract. ...Read more

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Which muscle group opposes the abdominal muscles?

Which muscle group opposes the abdominal muscles?

Back muscles: Back muscles support spine from behind, abdominals support the body from the front. ...Read more

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Can overuse of a centrally acting stimulant like Pseudoephedrine trigger apermanent change in adrenergic receptors...hypersensitive sympathetic systm?

Can overuse of a centrally acting stimulant like Pseudoephedrine trigger apermanent change in adrenergic receptors...hypersensitive sympathetic systm?

Not likely: Adrenergic drugs are used to manage sympathetically maintained pain. They act either presynaptically on the neuron or postsynaptically on receptors located on the effector organ. They may affect receptors that are stimulated by norepinephrine (NE) or epinephrine, or interrupt the release of NE from noradrenergic neurons. ...Read more

Dr. Ionel Rad Dr. Rad
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Is it possible that succinylcholine drugs(nicotinic depolarizing neuromuscular blocker) decrease intraocular pressure?

Dr. Ionel Rad Dr. Rad
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Is it possible that succinylcholine drugs(nicotinic depolarizing neuromuscular blocker) decrease intraocular pressure?

No: Succinylcholine is known to increase intraocular minimally when given to secure the airway. The increase is small and passing, therefore it has been used in patients with increased intraocular pressure. ...Read more

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So antipsychotics cause deep muscle stiffness or surface muscle stiffness?

So antipsychotics cause deep muscle stiffness or surface muscle stiffness?

Possible s/e: In fact, muscle stiffness, abnormal muscle movements are reason for very close medical monitoring while taking antipsychotic medication. Often meds are prescribed to prevent this side effect. Another strategy is to keep the dose as low as possible. If any unusual muscle stiffness, twitching or abnormal (dsykinetic) movements are noticed, be sure to tell prescribing doctor right away. Take care. ...Read more

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Identify the mode of action of pyridostigmine to improve muscle strength in myasthenia gravis?

Synaptic cleft: Pyridostigmine inhibits acetylcholinesterase in the synaptic cleft by competing with acetylcholine for attachment to acetylcholinesterase, thus slowing down the hydrolysis of acetylcholine, and thereby increases efficiency of cholinergic transmission in the neuromuscular junction and prolonges the effects of acetylcholine, what ultimately improves the strength of the muscle. ...Read more

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Does Soma (carisoprodol) relax smooth muscles as well as skeletal?

Does Soma (carisoprodol) relax smooth muscles as well as skeletal?

No : No Soma (carisoprodol) only relaxes Skeletal muscles . It is a highly addictive drug . Multiple side effects . Be careful using it . ...Read more

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Skeletal muscle are voluntary or involuntary?

Skeletal muscle are voluntary or involuntary?

Voluntary: For the most part, if you have a body part composed of skeletal / striated muscle, you can move it. Not everyone can wiggle their ears or contract skeletal muscle that helps position the testis. ...Read more

Muscle (Definition)

It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more