from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without motion.
- adj. Of or pertaining to akinesia: akinesic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as akinesic.
- In cytology, without perceptible internal movements: a term applied to that form of cell-division which is not karyokinetic. Same as amitotic, *karyostenotic, or direct (cell-division).
When associated with coarse disease, particularly of the brain stem, the syndrome is termed akinetic mutism 969.
After nearly drowning at the age of 3, she has lived with what doctors call akinetic mutism, unable to move or speak.
I just wonder if something like the Predictors would actually cause akinetic mutism… hmmm, maybe.
When stupor is associated with catatonia, the patient appears to be awake and may follow the examiner about the room with his eyes, as do patients with akinetic mutism.
Three features—mutism, negativism, and stupor—occur together more frequently than by chance (14) and correspond to the clinical syndrome of negativistic stupor (i.e., akinetic mutism or coma vigil secondary to frontal lobe damage, third ventricle tumors, or lesions of the reticular activating system and caudal hypothalamus; 969).
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CNS - cerebral, cerebellar or midbrain (Parkinsonism and akinetic-mutism)
Patients with fibromyalgia sometimes have sign of a movement disorder in addition to sensory disturbances sometimes similar as those found in akinetic syndromes.