Dyspraxia

Strictly speaking, a less than total defect of praxis, common as a result of CVA or other pathology. An `inability to act or to move various parts of the body in a purposeful manner, although the power of movement is intact. There is no paralysis and the patient understands what is required of him; yet he cannot execute the action he wishes to perf...
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Dyspraxia

Also known as developmental coordination disorder and ‘clumsy child syndrome`, dyspraxia is a disability caused by the impairment in the organisation of movement,
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Dyspraxia

Impairment or immaturity of the organisation of movement with associated problems of language, perception and thought. People with dyspraxia may appear clumsy.
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Dyspraxia

Partial loss of ability to perform coordinated movements
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Dyspraxia

Impairment or immaturity of the organisation of movement with associated problems of language, perception and thought.
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Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia: Impaired or painful function of any organ of the body.
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Dyspraxia

A dyspraxia is a difficulty with a previously learnt or acquired movement or skill. An example might be a dressing dyspraxia or a constructional dyspraxia. Dyspraxias tend to indicate cortical damage, particularly in the parietal lobe region.
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dyspraxia

Impaired or painful function of any organ of the body. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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dyspraxia

(dis-prak´se-ә) partial loss of ability to perform coordinated movements.
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dyspraxia

dyspraxia 1. Poor coordination displayed by some children, diagnosed by illegible handwriting and inability to catch a ball and clap while the ball is in the air. It sometimes accompanies dyslexia. 2. An impairment in or partial loss of control of the body`s motor system, resulting from brain damage. 3. A disturbance in the programming, control, ...
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Dyspraxia

A severe difficulty in performing drawing, writing, buttoning, and other tasks requiring fine motor skill, or in sequencing the necessary movements. For more information, go to Dyspraxia.
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Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia (also known as Clumsy Child Syndrome, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Perceptuo-motor Dysfunction, Minimal Brain Dysfunction and Motor Learning Difficulty) is a believed (but unproven) immaturity of the brain though to result in messages not being properly transmitted to the body. It is believed by advocates of the theory to af...
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dyspraxia

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-prak′sē-ă Definitions: 1. Impaired or painful functioning in any organ.
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