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Fine motor control

Fine motor control is the coordination of muscular, bone (skeletal), and neurological functions to produce small, precise movements. The opposite of fine motor control is gross(large, general) motor control. An example of fine motor control is picking up a small item with index finger and thumb. An example of gross motor control would be waving an arm in greeting.
Problems(lesions or dysfunctions) of the brain, cerebellum, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, muscles, or joints may all impair fine motor control. The difficulty in speaking, eating, and writing caused byParkinson's disease is due to loss of fine motor control.
The development of fine motor control is a process of refining gross motor control. It develops as the neurological system matures.
The levelof development of fine motor control in children is used to determine the developmental age of the child. Fine motor skills are developed through time, experience, and knowledge. Fine motor controlrequires awareness and planning to complete a task. It also requires muscle strength, coordination and normal sensation.
Tasks such as stacking blocks, drawing lines or circles, cutting out shapes withscissors, zipping a zipper, folding clothes, and holding and writing with a pencil can occur only if the nervous system matures in the right way.

Control de la motricidad fina
Es la coordinaciónde las funciones muscular, ósea (esquelética) y neurológica para producir movimientos pequeños y precisos. Lo opuesto a control de la motricidad fina es control de la motricidad gruesa (movimientosgrandes y generales). Un ejemplo de control de la motricidad fina es recoger un pequeño elemento con el dedo índice y el pulgar. Un ejemplo de control de la motricidad gruesa sería agitar un brazo parasaludar.
Los problemas (lesiones o disfunciones) del cerebro, el cerebelo, la médula espinal, los nervios periféricos, los músculos o las articulaciones pueden deteriorar el control de la motricidad...
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