akinesia definition

  • noun:
    • losing typical motor function, causing impaired muscle mass action.
    • the increasing loss of the capability to get a handle on motor muscles.
    • Paralysis for the motor nerves; lack of activity.
    • Paralysis of the motor nerves; reduced the power of voluntary motion. In addition written acinesia, akinesis.
    • motionlessness attributable to a temporary paralysis
    • losing regular engine function, causing impaired muscle mass action.
    • The loss of the capacity to control engine muscle tissue.
    • Paralysis associated with motor nerves; losing motion.
    • Paralysis for the engine nerves; reduced the effectiveness of voluntary motion. In addition written acinesia, akinesis.
    • motionlessness due to a short-term paralysis

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