English translation: dysKinesia (please note again)
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Explanation: Involuntary, nonrepetitive, occasionally stereotypical movements affecting distal, proximal, and axial musculature in varying combinations.
Most dyskinesias are due to basal ganglia disorders, although precise neuroanatomic correlates are usually lacking. The various dyskinesias form a continuum from the lightning-like flickers of myoclonus to the slow, writhing patterns of dystonia.