Definition of Kinanesthesia

1. Noun. Inability to sense movement.

Generic synonyms: Proprioception
Antonyms: Kinesthesia



Medical Definition of Kinanesthesia

1. A disturbance of deep sensibility in which there is inability to perceive either direction or extent of movement, the result being ataxia. Synonym: cinanesthesia. Origin: G. Kinesis, motion, + an-priv. + aisthesis, sensation (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kinanesthesia

kimonos
kimrobinsonite
kimzeyite
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kin group
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kinaesodic
kinaesthesia
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kinakinas
kinanesthesia (current term)
kinara
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kinase
kinase-splitting membranal proteinase
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kincajou
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Literary usage of Kinanesthesia

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1. Diseases of the Nervous System by Archibald Church, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1910)
"It is very significant that in spite of the existence of severe kinanesthesia there is no, or but very slight, ataxia. In other cases the patient may ..."

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