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  • noun anatomy Decreased ability to move a joint of the body.


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hypo- +‎ mobility


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  • The results of this Phase 1 pilot study are consistent with the use of APl-130277 as an acute rescue treatment of hypomobility in advanced PD and illustrate the product's potential to replace apomorphine injections.

    Reuters: Press Release 2012

  • Apomorphine, a potent dopamine agonist, is currently the only drug approved specifically for the treatment of acute motor fluctuations/hypomobility freezing or "off" episodes in patients with advanced Parkinson's disease.

    Reuters: Press Release 2012

  • Exclusion criteria from the study were: previous anti-incontinence surgery, pelvic organ prolapse requiring treatment, any coexistent pelvic pathology, urethral hypomobility (

    Health News from Medical News Today 2009


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