Apraxia

Apraxia (from Greek praxis, an act, work, or deed) is the inability to execute learned purposeful movements, despite having the desire and the physical capacity to perform the movements. Apraxia is an acquired disorder of motor planning, but is not caused by incoordination, sensory loss, or failure to comprehend simple commands (which can be teste...
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Apraxia

is the inability to complete a practised and familiar motor task such as buttoning up a shirt. Even though the desire to carry out the task is present and all of the parts of the brain needed to do so are functioning, the communicative link between the ‘thinking’ and ‘doing’ parts of the brain is broken.
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apraxia

(ә-prak´se-ә) loss of ability to carry out familiar purposeful movements in the absence of sensory or motor impairment, especially impairment of the ability to use objects correctly.
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apraxia

[n] - inability to make purposeful movements
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apraxia

<clinical sign, neurology> Inability to execute a skilled or learned motor act, not related to paralysis or lack of comprehension, caused by a cortical lesion. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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apraxia

noun inability to make purposeful movements
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Apraxia

A failure of the brain resulting in loss of memory of how to make certain movements.
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Apraxia

a neurological disorder characterized by loss of the ability to execute or carry out learned purposeful movements, despite having the desire and the physical ability to perform the movements.
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apraxia

apraxia A loss of the ability to carry out familiar, purposeful movement in the absence of paralysis or other motor or sensory impairments.
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Apraxia

Apraxia: The inability to execute a voluntary motor movement despite being able to demonstrate normal muscle function. Apraxia is not related to a lack of understanding or to any kind of physical paralysis but is caused by a problem in the cortex of the brain.
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Apraxia

Inability to carry out previously learned skilled motor activities despite intact comprehension and
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Apraxia

Partial loss of ability to perform coordinated movements
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Apraxia

Strictly speaking, a total inability to initiate voluntary motor movements, despite intact motor pathways.
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apraxia

the inability to carry out useful or skilled acts while motor power and mental capacity remain intact. Apraxia is usually caused by damage to ... [3 related articles]
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APRAXIA

The loss of the ability to carry out complex learned and familiar purposive movements. e.g. A dressing apraxia, difficulty in remembering the sequence associated with putting on clothes. e.g. putting a shirt on over a sweater.
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apraxia

The loss of the ability to perform tasks that require remembering patterns or sequences of movements (like waving goodbye).
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apraxia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-prak′sē-ă Definitions: 1. A disorder of voluntary movement consisting of impairment of the performance of skilled or purposeful movements, notwithstanding the preservation of comprehension, muscular power, sensibility, and coordination in general; results from acquired cerebral disease. 2. A psychomo...
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