Definition of Ekbom syndrome

1. Noun. Feeling of uneasiness and restlessness in the legs after going to bed (sometimes causing insomnia); may be relieved temporarily by walking or moving the legs.

Exact synonyms: Restless Legs, Restless Legs Syndrome
Generic synonyms: Syndrome



Medical Definition of Ekbom syndrome

1. A sense of indescribable uneasiness, twitching, or restlessness that occurs in the legs after going to bed, frequently leading to insomnia, which may be relieved temporarily by walking about; thought to be caused by inadequate circulation or as a side effect of antipsychotic medication. See: akathisia. Synonym: Ekbom syndrome, restless legs. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ekbom Syndrome

Eisenmenger's complex
Eisenmenger's defect
Eisenmenger's disease
Eisenmenger's syndrome
Eisenmenger's tetralogy
Eisenstaedt
Eisenstein
Ejrup
Ejrup manoeuvre
Ekachakra
Ekaterinburg
Ekaterini
Ekavian
Ekbom
Ekbom syndrome
Ekka
Ekman
Ekoti
Ekspreso
El-Aksur
El Aaium
El Aaiún
El Alamein
El Beda
El Caudillo
El Cid
El Dorado
El Giza
El Greco

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