Pronunciation: di-ad'o-ko-ki-ne'ze-a, -ki-ne'sis
Definition: The normal capacity to bring a limb alternately into opposite positions, as in flexion and extention or pronation and supination.
[G. diadochos, working in turn, + kinesis, movement]
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