incoordination


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Related to incoordination: dystaxia
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a lack of coordination of movements

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All 3 Mongolia/05-inoculated laughing gulls exhibited severe clinical signs consisting of cloudy eyes, ruffled feathers, weakness, and incoordination, torticollis, or both.
The bird attempted to eat seed but was unable to because of its profound ataxia and incoordination.
Plant neurotoxicants cause weakness, incoordination, depression, agitation, tremors, convulsions, and bizarre behavior that can result in death.
Support to the MoH/DRG Center/Healthcare Departments incoordination of comprehensive implementation of the DRG-based hospitalfinancing system.
Patients should be monitored for the emergence of serotonin syndrome symptoms or NMS-like reactions, including agitation, hallucinations, coma, tachycardia, labile blood pressure, hyperthermia, hyperreflexia, incoordination, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and muscle rigidity.
A chronic case of deer worm infection can result in incoordination and unsteadiness that goes on for months or even years.
A 12-year-old female common mynah (Acridotheres tristis) was presented to the pet bird clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran, for depression, anorexia, respiratory distress, incoordination, and coelomic enlargement.
Participants in the demonstration, organised byPeoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in cooperationwith a number of popular organizations, expressedbelief in Syrian people and state's resilience inthe face of terrorism, calling on the Turkishpeople to stand by the Syrians to unveil theconspiracies hatched in Ankara against Syria incoordination with the Imperialists and some Arabgovernments, mainly the Saudi and Qatari ones.
He added such a level of consumption could be associated with confusion, dizziness, altered perception and muscular incoordination.
Conium mac has difficult, uncertain gait, trembling, sudden loss of strength while walking, affects the nerves and muscles, difficult speech, incoordination, and paralysis.
Sensorimotor impairments such as muscle weakness, incoordination, reduced or excessive movement, involuntary muscle activity, and altered tone occur across multiple dysarthria types, so clinicians must identify particular configurations of these abnormalities in order to differentiate among the disorders [3].
Louping-ill - a viral disease (Arborvi-rus) which can affect the brain giving rise to incoordination ('louping gait'),trembling, paralysis, convulsions and death.
Louping-ill is an often fatal tick-transmitted viral disease characterized by a fever, depression, ataxia, muscular incoordination, tremors, posterior paralysis and coma.
PT and OT will do the final So, incoordination I I still would want evaluation, but, um, want to think about him to use the call from a nursing mobility.
The first notable symptom is ataxia, or a gait imbalance, and limb incoordination.