Definition of Akineses
1. akinesis [n] - See also: akinesis
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Literary usage of Akineses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of the Diseases of the Nervous System by James Ross (1885)
"... (2) those conditions in which there is a diminution or loss of the power of exciting the muscles to contraction— paralyses or akineses, and (8) various ..."
2. Railway and Other Accidents with Relation to Injury and Disease of the by Allan McLane Hamilton (1904)
"akineses, varying from simple paresis to complete paralysis, may exist conjointly and be more or less obstinate in their susceptibility to cure. ..."
3. Journal of Psychological Medicine by William Alexander Hammond (1872)
"akineses are symptoms of neurosis of the motor apparatus, characterized by depression; ie, in which the reactions upon the irritation are in any way ..."
4. Atlas and abstract of the diseases of the larynx by Ludwig Grünwald, Charles Prevost Grayson (1898)
"The hysterical akineses may be momentarily or permanently interrupted by the sudden assertion of the willpower; sometimes the motile disturbance has ceased ..."