1. Spasmophilia is a state of impaired tissue-level calcium utilization during adaptation demands. It compromises sequencing and resolution of adaptive processes from cellular to psychic levels
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2. Latent Spasmophilia degrades the organism by compromising the buffering capacity.
3. Medical Definition of Spasmophilia
4. : an abnormal tendency to convulsions, tetany, or spasms from even slight mechanical or electrical stimulation Spasmophilia associated with rickets.
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5. A panic attack or Spasmophilia is a response to a feeling of loss of control that appears suddenly and for no particular reason. The victim's heart rate is very fast, which the sufferer may think is a heart attack, they may be short of air, show excessive sweating, shaking, may feel …
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6. The term “Spasmophilia” is widely used by the general public to describe anxiety attacks combining breathing difficulties (feeling of oppression, choking, and hyperventilation) and muscle tétanie. Symptoms of Spasmophilia, tetany or psychogenic hyperventilation may in some cases be similar to those present in panic attacks.
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7. «Spasmophilia» is not a simple anxiety of psychological cause, it is a feeling of imminent danger with the meaning of an alarm sign in a context of tiredness and "hypo-sleep" The concept of unefficient sleep ("hypo-sleep") allows to understand Spasmophilia better and, thus, to control its mechanisms
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8. Spasmophilia is a syndrome characterized by the involuntary contraction of various muscles in the body.
9. True Spasmophilia is a complex process that takes place against the background of abnormal mineral metabolism in the body of a child. A few decades ago, when the artificial washes were fed cow's milk, the number of children suffering from rickets was ten times higher.
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10. A survey is given of the reports on the use of a single massive dose of vitamin D in Spasmophilia, which cover about 130 cases
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11. A crisis of Spasmophilia can be expressed very differently from one person to another
12. Spasmophilia, caractherised by nerves-muscles hyperexcitability and asthenia is an abnormal tendency to convulsions, an abnormal sensitivity of motor nerves to stimulation with a resultant tendency to spasm
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14. The author states that Spasmophilia is a condition that usually accompanies rickets
15. He first discusses rickets, then devotes forty-one pages to a discussion of Spasmophilia which he describes as a condition in which increased electrical and mechanical excitability is found.
16. Spasmophilia or latent chronic tetany is k.11own to be caused by an imbalance of calcium and magnesium both at an intrac or extracellular level
17. A 48 year-old female, without cardiovascular risk factors or chronic treatment at home, with medical history of MVP, Spasmophilia and chronic iron deficiency anemia, was admitted for chest discomfort at rest that evolved from burning sensation to retrosternal pain associated with palpitations.
18. The section on Spasmophilia is well covered with frequent reference to cases in the author's experience
19. Wrightsman believes that in many cases in which Spasmophilia is not shown clinically, and in which the diagnosis is apparently limited to epilepsy a treatment for Spasmophilia is indicated.
20. Spasmophilia is a disease due to lack of micronutrients in the body, especially calcium and magnesium
21. 68 cases of Spasmophilia were studied, consisting of 44 girls and 24 boys, the age ranging from 7 to 12 yr
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22. Spasmophilia is a problem much debated as regards its nosographic location
23. Its paroxysmal onset in a "neurotic" patient has confined Spasmophilia within a psychiatric syndromic complex for many years
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24. Spasmophilia a disease affecting young children, caused by calcium-metabolism disturbances and characterized by increased excitability and a tendency toward convulsions
25. Spasmophilia develops as a result of a deficiency of vitamin D and changes in the function of the parathyroid glands
26. " Spasmophilia" or panic attacks are very frequent in that context
27. It is an efficient antispasmodic in cardiac palpitations, Spasmophilia, diaphragmatic hernia.
28. Spasmophilia-crisis : The danger of Wim Hof breathing method
29. What is the definition of Spasmophilia? What is the meaning of Spasmophilia? How do you use Spasmophilia in a sentence? What are synonyms for Spasmophilia?
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30. Hyperventilation syndrome (HVS), also known as chronic hyperventilation syndrome (CHVS), dysfunctional breathing hyperventilation syndrome, cryptotetany, Spasmophilia, latent tetany, and central neuronal hyper excitability syndrome (NHS), is a respiratory disorder, psychologically or physiologically based, involving breathing too deeply or too rapidly (hyperventilation).
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31. Spasmophilia also called latent tetany and recently referred to as the central neuronal hyper excitability syndrome (NHS) is a disorder with a very heterogeneous clinical manifestation.
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32. The tendency to the occurrence of seizures, muscle twitchings and spasms associated with a deficiency of calcium and vitamin D in the body is Spasmophilia
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33. Spasmophilia: a clinical neuro-muscular form of primary magnesium deficiency
34. Spasmophilia: [ spaz″mo-fil´e-ah ] abnormal tendency to convulsions; abnormal sensitivity of motor nerves to stimulation with a resultant tendency to spasm.
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35. "Spasmophilia" References in the ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries
36. References in the ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries applicable to the clinical term "Spasmophilia"
37. The presence of Spasmophilia seems to influence psychiatric comorbidity which was less prevalent in FM+SP patients
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38. Spasmophilia: Meaning and Definition of
39. Spasmophilic definition, of or noting Spasmophilia
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40. Spasmophilia: In pathology , a tendency to convulsions from slight causes
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41. Of this heightened irritability of the nervous system, to which the name "Spasmophilia" has been given in America and on the Continent, the most striking symptom is a liability alike to tetany or carpo-pedal spasm, to generalised convulsions, and to laryngismus stridulus.
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43. Spasmophilia develops as a result of a deficiency of vitamin D and changes in the function of the parathyroid glands
44. Spasmophilia may be overt or latent
45. [The Spasmophilia: neuromuscular clinical form of a primary magnesium deficiency
46. Spasmophilia (spasmo-philia): This nervous system condition involves motor neurons that are overly sensitive and induce convulsions or spasms
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48. Spasmophilia; Further reading  “spasmophilie” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
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medical Definition of spasmophilia. : an abnormal tendency to convulsions, tetany, or spasms from even slight mechanical or electrical stimulation. spasmophilia associated with rickets.
Spasmophilia - Tetany - Panic disorder A true "feeling of emergency" A felt emergency «Spasmophilia» is not a simple anxiety of psychological cause, it is a feeling of imminent danger with the meaning of an alarm sign in a context of tiredness and "hypo-sleep"
The concept of «spasmophilia» is not often taught in the faculties of medicine. The reality of the disease is sometimes even officially refuted. It is mentioned like an «acute behavior desorder linked to a fear and maintained by a reflex of hyperventilation».
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