Ataxia

Inability to co-ordinate movement i.e. Clumsiness

Ataxia

Loss of balance

Ataxia

Failure of muscular co-ordination through irregularity of muscular action.

Ataxia

Loss of coordination by an animal with neurolgical damage.

ataxia

[n] - inability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements
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Ataxia

An inability to coordinate skeletal muscular activity, leading to unsteadiness and defects of balance.
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ataxia

Unsteady or irregular manner of walking or movement caused by loss or failure of muscular co-ordination.
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Ataxia

Lack of muscular coordination; lack of precision; unsteadiness
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Ataxia

inco-ordination due to damage to the cerebellum and/or the major sensory pathways conveying joint position sense
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Ataxia

Loss of co-ordination.
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Ataxia

Ataxia: Wobbliness. Incoordination and unsteadiness due to the brain's failure to regulate the body's posture and regulate the strength and direction of limb movements. Ataxia is usually a consequence of disease in the brain, specifically in the cerebellum which lies beneath the back part of the cerebrum.
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ataxia

<neurology> Failure of muscular coordination, irregularity of muscular action. ... Origin: Gr. Taxis = order ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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ataxia

ataxy noun inability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements; unsteady movements and staggering gait
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ataxia

(ә-tak´se-ә) failure of muscular coordination; irregularity of muscular action. adj., atac´tic, atax´ic., adj.
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Ataxia

• (n.) Alt. of Ataxy
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ataxia

inability to coordinate voluntary muscular movements. In common usage, the term describes an unsteady gait.[3 related articles]
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ataxia

(Gr. from a negative + taxis order) failure of muscular coordination; irregularity of muscular action.
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ataxia

ataxia, atactic, atactiform 1. Absence or lack of order; lack of coordination. 2. The inability of someone to coordinate muscle activity during a voluntary movement; irregularity of muscular action. 3. Unsteadiness, incoordination or disorganization of movements in the absence of paralysis. In sensor ataxia, the disorder is secondary to impairme...
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ataxia

A loss of muscular coordination, abnormal clumsiness.
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Ataxia

[genus] Ataxia Haldeman, 1847 is an American genus of longhorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae, tribe Pteropliini. Ataxia is primarily widespread in South America, but several endemic species are present in Central America and in the Antilles. Only few species reach the South-western USA. The genus includes 38 species: ...
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ataxia

Failure of muscular coordination; irregularity of muscular action
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ataxia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-tak′sē-ă Definitions: 1. An inability to coordinate muscle activity during voluntary movement; most often results from disorders of the cerebellum or the posterior columns of the spinal cord; may involve the limbs, head, or trunk. Synonyms: ataxy, incoordination
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ataxia

ataxia (utăk'sēu) , lack of coordination of the voluntary muscles resulting in irregular movements of the body. Ataxia can be brought on by an injury, infection, or degenerative disease of the central nervous system, e.g., syphilis, encephalitis, brain tumor, or multiple sclerosis. T...
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Ataxia

Ataxia is a lack of co-ordination in the muscles. It is a symptom of damage to part of the central nervous system. Locomotor ataxia involves a lack of balance, or equilibrium. Patients must stand on a broad base, eyes open, or they will sway or even fall. The swaying increases if they shut their eyes. Ataxia has many causes, locomotor ataxia may be...
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ataxia

Loss of muscular coordination due to neurological damage or disease
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