kinanesthesia


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kinanesthesia

 [kin″an-es-the´zhah]
loss of the power of perceiving sensations of movement.

kin·an·es·the·si·a

(kin'an-es-thē'zē-ă),
A disturbance of deep sensibility in which there is inability to perceive either direction or extent of movement, the result being ataxia.
Synonym(s): cinanesthesia
[G. kinēsis, motion, + an- priv. + aisthēsis, sensation]

kinanesthesia

/kin·an·es·the·sia/ (kin″an-es-the´zhah) akinesthesia.

kinanesthesia

[kin′anesthē′zhə]
1 an inability to perceive the movement or position of one's body parts. The condition is observed as a sign of ataxia.
2 loss of movement sense.

kin·an·es·the·si·a

(kin'an-es-thē'zē-ă)
A disturbance of deep sensibility in which there is inability to perceive either direction or extent of movement, the result being ataxia.
Synonym(s): kinanaesthesia.
[G. kinēsis, motion, + an- priv. + aisthēsis, sensation]