Clinical Neuroscience

[About synkinesis]

PÁLVÖLGYI Richard1

DECEMBER 01, 1965

Clinical Neuroscience - 1965;18(12)

[The author describes the physiological and abnormal synkinesis of the limb and trunk muscles, after subdividing synkinesis into the areas of supply to the brain nerves. He describes a synkinesis triggered by the lateral movement of the tongue in one half of the platysma. He discusses synkinesis associated with stuttering and describes a case in which synkinesis was also detected in the right musc. biceps brachii prior to stuttering. Finally, he describes a case during recovery from emiparesis, synkinesis in the lower limb, associated with movement of the same side of the upper limb, which resolved after ten days. ]

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