mirror movement

The involuntary copying by one extremity of a movement occurring in another; involuntary, synkinetic mirror reversals of an intended movement of the opposite side.

mirror movement

Neurology The involuntary copying by one extremity of a movement occurring in another
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Mirror movement asymmetries in congenital hemiparesis: The inhibition hypothesis revisited.
In this regard, there arises the demand for synchronous start of object and mirror movement.
For a separate mirror movement reading (that includes videos) users still should consult an authorized Canon Service Center.
Abu Ahmad, who The Daily Star said had fought against the Americans in the second battle of Falluja in 2004, acknowledged that the revolution in Syria had given his movement the impetus needed to launch the mirror movement in Iraq.
Abu Ahmad, who previously fought against the Americans in the second battle of Fallujah in 2004, acknowledges the uprising in Syria has given his movement the impetus needed to launch the mirror movement in Iraq.
Washington, Feb 18 ( ANI ): Congenital mirror movement, which is the inability to carry out different movements with separate hands, is a rare disease transmitted from one generation to another by dominant inheritance, a new study has found.
Mirror lock-up allows the camera to flip the mirror up well in advance of the exposure, so the vibration caused by the mirror movement dies away.
Tracker mortgages mirror movements of the Bank of England base rate and payments increase or fall in line with changes in the base rate.
These mirror movements also happen normally in very young children before the corpus callosum is fully developed.
And Paul said that while he was disturbed by the mirror movements, he didn't mind holding the snake - which turned out to be non-venomous.