amimia


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amimia

 [a-mim´e-ah]
loss of the power of expression by the use of signs or gestures.

a·mim·i·a

(ā-mim'ē-a),
1. Inability to express ideas by nonverbal communication, such as gestures or signs.
2. Asymbolia; the inability to comprehend the meaning of gestures, signs, symbols, or pantomime.
[G. a- priv. + minos, a mimic]

amimia

/amim·ia/ (a-mim´e-ah) loss of the power of expression by the use of signs or gestures.

amimia

Psychiatry A language disorder characterized by inability to gesticulate or understand the significance of gestures

a·mim·ia

(ā-mim'ē-ǎ)
1. Inability to express ideas by nonverbal communication, such as gestures or signs.
2. Asymbolia; the inability to comprehend the meaning of gestures, signs, symbols, or pantomime.
[G. a- priv. + minos, a mimic]