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Muscle spasm

Gower's sign - distinctive method of standing from sitting position or lying on floor. - muscular dystrophy
Ptosis - drooping of upper eyelids. - seen in botulism/ myotonic dystrophy.
Muscle mass - abnormal dense region, result from torn muscle or tendon tissue. - parasitic infection/ hemtoma/ bone deposition.
Muscle Flaccidity - when the relaxed muscle appears soft and loose - contraction is absent or weak.
Muscle atrophy - skeletal muscle deterioration or wasting due to disuse, immobility or interference with normal innervation.
Abnormal pattern of muscle movement - such as tics/ choreiform movement/ tremors - due to muscular paralysis due to the nervous system disorder.
Muscle spasm occur as a result of upper neuron lesion
Created by: staffi