A sudden twitching of muscles or parts of muscles, without any rhythm or pattern, occurring in various brain disorders.(noun)
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Use "myoclonus" in a sentence
"Once called myoclonus, PLMS causes you to involuntarily flex and extend your legs while sleeping - without being aware you're doing it."
"When Liz runs the nocturnal myoclonus leg wires, the banker has an erection."
"And once again, I deeply and sincerely apologize for having had the impertinence to permit my myoclonus and fasciculations and other neurological symptoms of Lyme to resolve in a manner and through a physician that didn't meet with your express approval."