Definition of Hyperkineses

1. Noun. (plural of hyperkinesis) ¹



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Definition of Hyperkineses

1. hyperkinesis [n] - See also: hyperkinesis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperkineses

hyperkeratinization
hyperkeratoses
hyperkeratosis
hyperkeratosis congenita
hyperkeratosis eccentrica
hyperkeratosis figurata centrifuga atrophica
hyperkeratosis lenticularis perstans
hyperkeratosis subungualis
hyperkeratotic
hyperketonaemia
hyperketonuria
hyperkinaemia
hyperkineses (current term)
hyperkinesia
hyperkinesias
hyperkinesis
hyperkinetic
hyperkinetic dysarthria
hyperkinetic heart syndrome
hyperkinetic syndrome
hyperkinetically
hyperkyphosis
hyperkyphotic
hyperkähler
hyperlactation
hyperlegible
hyperlens

Literary usage of Hyperkineses

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1. On Peripheral Neuritis by James Ross, Judson Sykes Bury (1893)
"Professional hyperkineses.—It is not my intention to enter into a discussion of the pathology of the various occupation neuroses, because even where there ..."

2. Quarterly Compendium of Medical Science by D. G. Brinton (1887)
"The etiology of these laryngeal hyperkineses is as evident as their pathology is ... The existence of the laryngeal professional hyperkineses might then be ..."

3. Journal of Psychological Medicine by William Alexander Hammond (1872)
"hyperkineses are, therefore, symptoms of the apparatus of motion with an ... Hence, in hyperkineses we may have excessive reaction as well upon the ..."

4. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1886)
"professional hyperkineses, eg, writer's cramp, pianist's cramp, etc. When a voluntary effort is made to perform a certain act, spasm of the muscles involved ..."

5. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1893)
"V. Irritative : (1) Tetany; (2) Professional hyperkineses. Out of some 424 pages, 75 are allotted to acute ascending paralysis, 48 to alcoholic paralysis, ..."

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