Muscular hypotonia is a loss of muscle tone. The causes of this condition can be either pathological or not. Certain diseases, such as Huntington's disease
, hemiplegia, or Parkinson's disease
can cause muscular hypotonia. This condition can also be induced by medicinal drugs
, such as neuroleptics
. It is the opposite of muscular hypertonia
, which induces an increase in muscle tone.
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Latest update on November 19, 2013 at 11:15 AM by Jeff.