cogwheel rigidity

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A form of myotonia or muscular rigidity characteristic of Parkinson's disease, in which pushing on an arm causes it to move in jerky increments rather than smoothly. Compare catalepsy, cerea flexibilitas, clasp-knife rigidity.

Subjects: Psychology.

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