Hyperkinesia

Hyperkinesia, also known as hyperkinesis, refers to an increase in muscular activity that can result in excessive abnormal movements, excessive normal movements, or a combination of both. The word hyperkinesis comes from the Greek hyper, meaning `increased,` and kinein, meaning `to move.` Hyperkinesia is a state of excessive restlessness which...
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hyperkinesia

(hi″pәr-kĭ-ne┬┤zhә) hyperactivity.
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hyperkinesia

(hyper- + Gr. kinsis motion + -ia) abnormally increased motor function or activity; hyperactivity.
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hyperkinesia

Abnormally increased motor function or activity, hyperactivity. ... Origin: Gr. Kinesis = motion ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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hyperkinesia

hyperkinesia (high' pur ki NEE zhuh, high' pur ki NEE zi uh) 1. A condition of abnormally increased muscular movement. 2. Purposeless and uncontrollable muscular movement; trembling, shaking, nervous twitching.
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