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OTHER WORDS FROM clonicclo·nic·i·ty [kloh-nis-i-tee, klo-] /kloʊˈnɪs ɪ ti, klɒ-/, nounclon·ism [kloh-niz-uh m] /ˈkloʊ nɪz əm/, noun
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Trismus is not uncommon, and clonic spasms frequently affect the limbs.
In the clonic variety there are undue rapidity and increased frequency of the movements.
What else are these than persistent contractions or tonic tics, alternating or co-existing with jerking movements or clonic tics?
Clonic, klon′ik, adj. pertaining to clonus, with alternate convulsive contractions and relaxations of the muscles (of spasms)—opp.
The objective manifestation of tic is a clonic or tonic convulsive movement, an anomaly by excess of muscular contraction.