Occupational neurosis

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occupational neurosis

Professional neurosis, a disorder of a group of muscles used chiefly in one's occupation, marked by the occurrence of spasm, paresis, or incoordination on attempt to repeat the habitual movements; e.g., writer's cramp; probably a focal dystonia.

Synonym: craft palsy, functional spasm.