Akinesia
Akinesia Ak`i*ne"si*a, n. [Gr. ? quiescence; 'a priv. + ? motion.] (Med.) Paralysis of the motor nerves; loss of movement. --Foster. [1913 Webster]

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  • Akinesia — (from the prefix a , without , and the Greek κίνηση, kinisi , motion ) is the inability to initiate movement due to difficulty selecting and/or activating motor programs in the central nervous system. Common in severe cases of Parkinson s disease …   Wikipedia

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  • akinesia — akinetic /ay ki net ik, kuy /, adj. /ay ki nee zheuh, kuy /, n. Pathol. absence, loss, or impairment of the power of voluntary movement. Also, akinesis /ay ki nee sis, kuy , ay kin euh sis/. [ < NL < Gk akinesía; see A 6, KINESIA] * * * …   Universalium

  • Akinesia — Impaired body movement; without movement (or without much movement). Akinesia is a term used in neurology to denote the absence (or poverty) of movement. The word akinetic comes from the prefix a meaning without + the Greek word kinesis meaning… …   Medical dictionary

  • akinesia — [ˌeɪkɪ ni:sɪə, a ] noun Medicine loss or impairment of the power of voluntary movement. Derivatives akinetic adjective Origin C19: from Gk akinēsia quiescence …   English new terms dictionary

  • akinesia — n. [Gr. a, without; kinesis, motion] Loss or disturbance of motion, as in certain insects, resulting from loss of antennae …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • akinesia — noun The loss of the ability to control motor muscles See Also: akinetic …   Wiktionary

  • akinesia — n. lack of movement, loss of movement (due to pathological causes) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • akinesia — aki·ne·sia …   English syllables

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