Akathisia

Restlessness of arms and legs. This can be a side-effect of anti psychotic treatment
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Akathisia

Akathisia: A movement disorder characterized by a feeling of inner restlessness and a compelling need to be in constant motion as well as by actions such as rocking while standing or sitting, lifting the feet as if marching on the spot and crossing and uncrossing the legs while sitting. People with akathisia are unable to sit or keep still, complai...
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Akathisia

An inner feeling of excessive restlessness which provokes the sufferer to fidget in their seat or pace about.
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akathisia

1. <neurology> A condition of motor restlessness in which there is a feeling of muscular quivering, an urge to move about constantly and an inability to sit still, a common extrapyramidal side effect of neuroleptic drugs. ... 2. An inability to sit down because of intense anxiety at the thought of doing so. ... Origin: Gr. Kathisis = a sittin...
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akathisia

(ak″ә-thĭ´zhә) a condition of motor restlessness in which there is a feeling of muscular quivering, an urge to move about constantly, and an inability to sit still, a common side effect of neuroleptic drugs.
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akathisia

(from the article `mental disorder`) ...with loss of facial expression, absence of arm-swinging during walking, and a general muscular rigidity); dystonia (sudden, sustained contraction ...
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akathisia

(a- neg. + Gr. kathisis a sitting down + -ia) 1. a condition of motor restlessness in which there is a feeling of muscular quivering, an urge to move about constantly, and an inability to sit still, a common extrapyramidal side effect of neuroleptic drugs. 2. an inability to sit down because of intense anxiety at the thought of doing so.
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akathisia

akathisia 1. Uncontrollable limb and body movements, usually caused by drugs, especially some antipsychotic drugs. 2. A movement disorder characterized by a feeling of inner restlessness and a compelling need to be in constant motion as well as by actions; such as, rocking while standing or sitting, lifting the feet as if marching on the spot and ...
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akathisia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak-ă-thiz′ē-ă Definitions: 1. A syndrome characterized by an inability to remain seated, with motor restlessness and a feeling of muscular quivering; may appear as a side effect of antipsychotic and neuroleptic medication. Synonyms: acathisia
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Akathisia

Akathisia, or acathisia (from Greek καθίζειν kathízein - `to sit`, a- indicating negation or absence, lit. `inability to sit`) is a movement disorder characterized by a feeling of inner restlessness and a compelling need to be in constant motion, as well as by actions such as rocking while standing or sitting, lifting the feet as if m...
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Akathisia

The medical word for extreme restlessness, one complaints of restlessness accompanied by movements s
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