very slow movement
Slow movement, commonly seen with the rigidity of Parkinson's disease.
hypokinesia & akinesia: Bradykinesia means slow movements. Hypokinesia means reduced movements and generally refers to making smaller movements than intended, such as the small steps seen when a Parkinsons patient walks, or the small size of a Parkinsons patient's handwriting (called micrographia). Akinesia means lack of movement.
Neurologic condition characterized by a generalized slowness of motor activity.
slowness of movements; a cardinal sign of Parkinson's disease.
Slow movement which is often a problem for Parkinson's disease patients. Cardiac Pertaining to the heart.
slowness of movement.
Slowness in movement.
Abnormally slow movements of the body and limbs.
The slowing of motor movements due to dysfunction of the basal ganglia and related structures.
Slowing down or slowness of movements--a major symptom of PD
gradual loss of spontaneous movement.
Slowing down of a movement. Bradykinesia involves slowness of initiating and executing movements and fine motor movements and difficulty in performing repetitive movements. It is a major symptom of Parkinson's.
difficulty initiating and continuing movements; literally means slow moving
The uncontrollable delay in initiating and then performing a movement. It can occur in people with Parkinson's disease.
The slowing down and loss of spontaneous and voluntary movement
Gr. 'slow movement' characteristic of Parkinson's disease ( Ch. 28).
Movement that is very slow