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Treatment of Flaccid

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List of terms related to Flaccid

Flaccid is a term used in medicine to refer to an object that is soft, or not tense.

In the context of of muscles, it is a near synonym for hypotonia. It can also be used to describe certain types of paralysis (such as flaccid paralysis), as a contrast to spastic paralysis.

It can also be used to describe other tissues, such as the labia.

The medical meaning of the term is sometimes used in other contexts, to describe objects or actions which are weak or ineffectual.

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