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n. a group of involuntary movements that appear to be a fragmentation of the normal smoothly controlled limb and facial movements. They include chorea, dystonia, athetosis, and those involuntary movements occurring as side-effects to the use of levodopa and the phenothiazines (see tardive dyskinesia).

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