bradykinesia


bradykinesia
See Also: bradykinetic

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  • Bradykinesia — In medicine (neurology), bradykinesia denotes slow movement (etymology: brady = slow, kinesia = movement). It is a feature of a number of diseases, most notably Parkinson s disease and other disorders of the basal ganglia. Rather than being a… …   Wikipedia

  • Bradykinesia — Slowed ability to start and continue movements, and impaired ability to adjust the body’s position. Can be a symptom of neurological disorders, particularly Parkinson’s disease, or a side effect of medications. The word bradykinesia is logically… …   Medical dictionary

  • bradykinesia — n. slowness of movement …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bradykinesia — n. a symptom of parkinsonism comprising a difficulty in initiating movements and slowness in executing movements …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • брадикинезия — (bradykinesia; бради + греч. kinesis движение) общая замедленность движений при поражении экстрапирамидной системы …   Большой медицинский словарь

  • Брадикинези́я — (bradykinesia; Бради + греч. kinēsis движение) общая замедленность движений при поражении экстрапирамидной системы …   Медицинская энциклопедия

  • Брадикинезия — (bradykinesia, от греч. bradys медленно + kinesis движение) – общая замедленность движений животного при неиз менности тонуса мышц …   Словарь терминов по физиологии сельскохозяйственных животных

  • Parkinson's disease — Parkinson s redirects here. For other uses, see Parkinson s (disambiguation). Parkinson s disease Classification and external resources …   Wikipedia

  • Signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease — Illustration of the Parkinson disease by Sir William Richard Gowers from A Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System in 1886 showing the characteristic posture of PD patients Signs and symptoms of Parkinson s disease are varied. Parkinson s… …   Wikipedia

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