movement decomposition

movement decomposition

Etymology: L, movere, to move, de, away, componere, to assemble
a distortion in voluntary movement in which motion occurs in a distinct sequence of isolated steps rather than in a normal smooth, flowing pattern.

move·ment de·com·po·sit·ion

(mūv'mĕnt dē-kom'pŏ-zish'ŭn)
A neurologic disorder characterized by distinct jerky movements rather than a single fluid, smoothly coordinated action.
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