phonomyoclonus

phonomyoclonus

 [fo″no-mi-ok´lŏ-nus]
myoclonus in which a sound is heard on auscultation of an affected muscle, indicating fibrillar contractions.
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pho·no·my·oc·lo·nus

(fō'nō-mī-ok'lŏ-nŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation phonomyoclo'nus.
Clonic spasms of muscles in response to aural stimuli.
[phono- + G. mys, muscle, + klonos, tumult]
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pho·no·my·oc·lo·nus

(fō'nō-mī-ok'lŏ-nŭs)
Clonic spasms of muscles in response to aural stimuli.
[phono- G. phōne, voice + G. mys, muscle, + klonos, tumult]
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pho·no·my·oc·lo·nus

(fō'nō'mī-ok'lŏ-nŭs)
Clonic spasms of muscles in response to aural stimuli.
[phono- G. phōne, voice + G. mys, muscle, + klonos, tumult]
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