writer's cramp(redirected from Conscious Immobility)
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n. pl. writers' cramps
A cramp or spasm of the muscles of the fingers, hand, and forearm during writing.
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(Pathology) a muscular spasm or temporary paralysis of the muscles of the thumb and first two fingers caused by prolonged writing
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spasmodic, painful contractions of the muscles of the hand and forearm from constant writing.
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n → Schreibkrampf m
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writer's crampn calambre m del escribiente or escritor
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