concomitant involuntary movements, synkinesis, synkinesia
судорожные непроизвольные движения, синкинезия

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • Synkinesis — is the result from miswiring of nerves after trauma. This result is manifested through involuntary muscular movements accompanying voluntary movements. For example, voluntary smiling will induce an involuntary contraction of the eye muscles… …   Wikipedia

  • synkinesis — syn·ki·ne·sis (sĭn kə nēʹsĭs, kī , sĭng ) n. Involuntary movement of muscles or limbs accompanying a voluntary movement.   syn ki·netʹic ( nĕtʹĭk) adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • synkinesis — Involuntary movement accompanying a voluntary one, as the movement of a closed eye following that of the uncovered one, or the movement occurring in a paralyzed muscle accompanying motion in another part. SYN: syncinesis. [syn + G. kinesis,… …   Medical dictionary

  • synkinesis — syn·ki·ne·sis …   English syllables

  • synkinesis —   n. movement of part when another is moved …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • synkinesis — |nēsə̇s noun Etymology: New Latin, from syn + kinesis : involuntary movement in one part when another part is moved : an associated movement …   Useful english dictionary

  • imitative synkinesis — an involuntary movement on the healthy side accompanying an attempt at movement on the paralyzed side …   Medical dictionary

  • mouth-and-hand synkinesis — Saunders sign; see under sign …   Medical dictionary

  • spasmodic synkinesis — contralateral associated movement …   Medical dictionary

  • synkinetic movement — synkinesis …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn phenomenon — For the pupillary defect, see Marcus Gunn pupil. Marcus Gunn phenomenon Classification and external resources Nerves of the orbit, and the ciliary ganglion. Side view. (Trigeminal nerve and oculomotor nerve both …   Wikipedia

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