hypomotility

[hahy-puh-moh-til-i-tee]

noun Pathology.

abnormally slow motility, as of the stomach or intestine (opposed to hypermotility).

Origin of hypomotility

First recorded in 1895–1900; hypo- + motility
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hypomotility in Medicine

hypomotility

[hī′pō-mō-tĭlĭ-tē]

n.

hypokinesis
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