Even in periods of repose there is a certain amount of fibrillation on that side.
The myokymia of Kny and Schultze is characterised by fibrillation, pain, hyperidrosis, and changes in electrical excitability.
This fibrillation of mucus is regarded as the result of a coagulation of its mucin, previously held in solution by an alkali.
The common type of lesion is a dry arthritis with fibrillation and eburnation of the articular surfaces.
fibrillation fib·ril·la·tion (fĭb'rə-lā'shən, fī'brə-)
Fine, rapid twitching of individual muscle fibers with little or no movement of the muscle as a whole.
The formation of fibrils.
Vermicular twitching, usually slow, of individual muscular fibers, commonly occurring in the atria or ventricles of the heart and in recently denervated skeletal muscle fibers.