ataxic


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Related to ataxic: ataxic breathing, ataxic dysarthria
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Synonyms for ataxic

lacking motor coordination

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A 13-year-old girl was referred to the paediatric neurology clinic at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, Johannesburg, SA, with an acute onset of ataxic gait.
Ataxic is least common form of CP affecting between 5% and 10% of those with the condition.
Cyanide intake from cassava dominated diet has been proposed as a contributing factor in two forms of nutritional neuropathies; Tropical Ataxic Neuropathy (TAN) described from Nigeria and Epidemic Spastic Paraparesis (ESP) described from Mozambique [25].
At first she was misdiagnosed with ataxic cerebral palsy because of the tiredness and problems with balancing.
At that age, Twitcher mice develop the full array of neurologic symptoms with ataxic movements, strong twitching and muscle wasting, and eventually, full paralysis and death.
The CDC spokesperson dismissed 'fictional viruses' that can cause cannibalism in humans, such as Ataxic Neurodegenrative Satiety Deficiency Syndrome, which has been outlined by a Harvard University professor in a fake medical journal.
The adult cow moose that died in April was captured and collared 2 months earlier, and immediately prior to capture, was observed to be slightly ataxic, but otherwise of normal body condition.
The patient's gait was slow, stiff-appearing, and ataxic, with a widened base and marked truncal instability.
Chronic opioid use is a risk factor for the development of central sleep apnea and ataxic breathing.
He begins with discussion of the embryology, anatomy, and physiology of the cerebellum; the commonly used clinical scales for evaluating ataxic disorders; and diagnosis and general management of cerebellar ataxias.
Neuropsychiatric evaluation revealed ataxic gait, marked psychomotor slowing and severe dementia.
79-year-old Chinese man was admitted to HTAA with one month history of ataxic gait, and altered behaviour.
Typical features of Angelman Syndrome are a small head (microcephaly), epilepsy, severe learning difficulties (with poor communication skills and little or absent speech), an unsteady or ataxic gait, a characteristic facial appearance and a happy disposition.
Partial anterior cerebral Only two features of TACI present infarct (PACI), Lacunar anterior cerebral Pure or combined sensorimotor infarct (LACI) deficit, ataxic hemiparesis or acute movement disorder without disturbances of higher cerebral function or consciousness.