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'''Asynergy''' is defective or lack of co-ordination between [[Organ (anatomy)|organ]]s, [[muscle]]s, [[Limb (anatomy)|limbs]] or [[joints]], resulting in a loss of [movement coordination]] or speed. Asynergy is most likely to occur during complex movements, where several individual muscle [[contractions]] are needed to act in unison.
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'''Asynergy''' is defective or lack of co-ordination between [[Organ (anatomy)|organ]]s, [[muscle]]s, [[Limb (anatomy)|limbs]] or [[joints]], resulting in a loss of [[movement coordination]] or speed. Asynergy is most likely to occur during complex movements, where several individual muscle [[contractions]] are needed to act in unison.
   
 
Asynergy may be caused by [[cerebellar]] disorders.
 
Asynergy may be caused by [[cerebellar]] disorders.

Latest revision as of 16:49, October 15, 2011

Asynergy is defective or lack of co-ordination between organs, muscles, limbs or joints, resulting in a loss of movement coordination or speed. Asynergy is most likely to occur during complex movements, where several individual muscle contractions are needed to act in unison.

Asynergy may be caused by cerebellar disorders.

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