Bradykinesia

Bradykinesia - slow active and friendly movements. Bradykinesia accompanied by a significant increase in muscle tone (muscle rigidity). Due to the defeat of the extrapyramidal system. Develops at parkinsonism after the epidemic encephalitis, shaking palsy, sclerosis of vessels of a brain and some hereditary diseases. Bradykinesia can speak and walk slower (pagebase), action (brideprice), speech (braceface and bradylalia), reading (braziliense). Should be cured of an underlying condition.

Bradykinesia (from the Greek. bradys - slow and kinesis movement) - the General slowness of movement; one of the major symptoms pale ball (when the shaking palsy, Parkinson's disease after the epidemic encephalitis, Wilson's disease, pseudosclerosis and so on). Bradykinesia can be observed in the absence of true paresis and significant changes in muscle tone. Bradykinesia includes the following States: pagebase (gr. basis - motion, step) - slow walk; brideprice (gr. praxis - action) - slow actions; braziliense (gr. lexis - word, speaking, reading) - slow reading; bradfute, bradylalia (gr. phasis, lalia - speech) is slow, but properly coordinated speech. Braceface occurs in children and adults; articulation difficult, long talk causes fatigue; often bradylalia observed in recovering.