Definitions for "Dystonia"
Involuntary spasms of muscle contraction that cause abnormal movements and postures. The dystonia that occurs most frequently in PD is in the foot and is a characteristic of PD.
A persistent posture or position, which seems to occur when an athetoid movement becomes "frozen" at one of its extremes. For example, the hand may remain painfully over-flexed for minutes at a time. The localization of the damage is not clear, but the extrapyramidal system is involved.
Impaired or disturbed tonicity: tone fluctuates in an unpredictable manner from low to high.
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a rare condition, which your GP may not have seen before