Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as hypokinesis.

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  • noun pathology Slowed or diminished movement of the body.

Etymologies

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hypo- + kinesia

Examples

  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterized by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Changes in metabolic processes in humans during a 120-day antiorthostatic hypokinesia.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • Gait hypokinesia, characterised by slowness of movement, is one of the main movement disorders that affects Parkinson's patients and can have a major impact on quality of life.

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  • In conclusion our results emphasize the key role of changes occurring in basal ganglia network implicated in the manifestation of EPS induced by a typical APD, demonstrating that hypokinesia and catalepsy-induced by α-flupentixol are clearly associated with hypoactivity and abnormal irregular patterns of STN and SNr neurons.

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