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In medicine, atony (or "atonia", or "atonic") refers to a muscle that has lost its strength.

Atony can also refer to the paralyzed or extremely relaxed state of skeletal muscles in rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep) in most warm-blooded animals.

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