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Definition of the noun Kinesia
What does Kinesia mean as a name of something?
- [medicine] motion sickness
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Mosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)
kinesia / kīnē′′zhə/ [Gk, kinein, to move], a condition caused by erratic or rhythmic motions ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
kinesia /kƯnƝމ]hۑ/>* k, kinƝsis, motion], a condition caused by erratic or rhythmic motions in any ...
by Mehdi Khosrowpour
Kinesia: the study or use of non-vocal phenomena such as facial expressions, head or eye movements, and gestures, which may add support, emphasis, or particular shades of meaning to what people are saying.
by Diana M. Goodwin
EXTRAPYRAMIDAL DISORDER: kinesia; difficulty in rapid alternating sequences of movement; see also extrapyramidal reaction, Parkinson's disease. EXTRAPYRAMIDAL LESION SIGNS TEST: finger-to-nose test or rapidly and repeatedly ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
kinesia [kï-ne′zh ] motionsickness. kinesialgia ...
The Dictionary of Psychology (2016)
by Ray Corsini
kinesia Motion sickness, such as seasickness. kinesialgia Pain caused.
kinanesthesia m kind firmness kindred kinematic face-bow kinematics kineplasty kinesia kinesic behavior kinesics kinesiological electromyography kinesiology kinesiotherapist kinesiotherapy m King, Imogene kin group m ...
by Frank J. Ayd
kinesia paradoxica withdrawal symptoms to recur more rapidly and to increase in severity with repeated episodes of drinking. Kindling is associated with induction of transcription factors of immediate early genes (e.g., c-fos, fos-related ...
kinesia, kinetia (kin-e'se- ah.
by Stuart Sutherland
A KINESIA. synonym for BRADYbradylalia. Abnormally slow speech, whether of functional or organic origin, a condition that can occur in ...
by Evelyn B. Kelly
A few had associate tic disorders or ''micro- kinesia''; this was the first time ADHD was possibly connected to comorbid conditions. The family life of the children with hyperactivity played an important part in the development of Still's theories.
by David W. Loring, Stephen Bowden
Key Search Klüver-Bucy syndrome Kinesia paradoxica Kinesthesia King-Devick Test (K-D) subtests that represent three general math content areas of Basic Concepts (numeration, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis), Operations ...
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
kinesia (ki-na' -si-a): Motion sickness. kinesialgia (ki-na' -si-al' -ji-a): Pain caused by ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
kinet, phoro 6 cineto, kineto, praxia, praxis 7 cinesia, kinesia motionless 5 fixed , inert, rigid, still 6 static 8 becalmed, immobile, immotile, immotive, stagnant, unmoving 9 immovable, sedentary, steadfast, unmovable 10 stationary, stock-still , ...
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