eumetria

eumetria

 [u-me´tre-ah]
a normal condition of nerve impulse, so that a voluntary movement just reaches the intended goal; the proper range of movement.

eu·me·tri·a

(yū-mē'trē-ă),
Graduation of the strength of nerve impulses to match the need.
[G. moderation, goodness of meter]

eumetria

/eu·me·tria/ (u-me´tre-ah) [Gr.] a normal condition of nerve impulse, so that a voluntary movement just reaches the intended goal; the proper range of movement.

eu·me·tri·a

(yū-mē'trē-ă)
Graduation of the strength of nerve impulses to match the need.
[G. moderation, goodness of meter]

eumetria

a normal condition of nerve impulse, so that a voluntary movement just reaches the intended goal; the proper range of movement.