bradykinesia


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bradykinesia

[‚brā·dē·kə′nēzh·yə]
(medicine)
Extreme slowness in movement.
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In conjunction, the company's PKG system is the only commercially available mobile health technology which provides clinically meaningful measurement of the key symptoms of Parkinson's using cloud-based proprietary algorithms that measure bradykinesia, dyskinesia and tremor.
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease associated with dopaminergic neuronal damage, of which the symptoms include resting tremor, rigidity, flexion posture, bradykinesia, and loss of postural reflexes.
The major motor symptoms of IPD are resting tremor, bradykinesia, rigidity, and postural reflex disturbance.
1-3) It primarily consists of generalized bradykinesia, frontotemporal dementia and a vertical gaze palsy.
Proficient and precise evaluation of tremor and bradykinesia (slow motor movement) utilizing objective techniques might, in any case, improve diagnostic specificity and provide un-biased quantification of therapeutic interventions [25].
A 32-year female presented with 4 years history of altered behaviour, depression, bradykinesia, reduced level of social and occupational functioning.
People with Parkinson's may have tremors, rigid or stiff limbs, balance and coordination problems or bradykinesia, a general slowness of movement.
Rigidity, dystonia, bradykinesia and wing-beating tremors are the major manifestations of involvement of basal ganglia.
Primary motor symptoms such as tremor, bradykinesia and postural imbalance and non-motor symptoms, such as sleep, speech and cognitive disorders, will be evaluated with data captured by light, unobtrusive, co-operative, mobile devices: sensor insoles, a wristband and the patients or caregivers (the role of which is of paramount importance) smartphone.
Parkinson's is marked by the following symptoms: tremors of the arms, legs, hands, jaw and face; bradykinesia, which means slowness of movement; stiff limbs and weakened balance and coordination.
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a chronic progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterised by bradykinesia, rigidity, resting tremor and postural instability resulting from a central nervous system dopamine deficiency.