ataxic


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Related to ataxic: ataxic breathing, ataxic dysarthria

a·tax·ic

(ă-tak'sik),
Relating to, marked by, or suffering from ataxia.

ataxic

See ataxia.

a·tax·ic

(ă-tak'sik)
Relating to, marked by, or suffering from ataxia.

ataxic

Showing ATAXIA. A person suffering from ataxia.
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The International Cooperative Ataxia Rating Scale or ICARS (150 is used with ataxic patients.
There is a growing body of research which shows that the wearing of custom-made, snugly-fitting Lycra garments may help to improve posture and movement in people with ataxic symptoms and several other neurological conditions (eg cerebral palsy), although exactly how they have this effect is not known.
Ataxic cerebral palsy, in which the child has problems with balance and coordination.
He was also ataxic, demonstrated heel to shin ataxia, broad-based gait and was unable to tandem walk.
She had a 6-year history of slowly progressive ataxic gait, falling, abnormal posturing of her left arm, and slurred speech.
In 2003, physicians at the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center in Salt Lake City described ataxic breathing, central apnea, sustained hypoxemia, and other abnormalities in three patients on long-term opioid therapy for pain (Chest 2003;123:632-9).
Persons often present with a worsening headache, ataxic gait, severe lassitude, altered mental status, drowsiness, stupor, and coma.
Idiopathic NPH is characterized by the triad of ataxic or apraxic gait disturbance, dementia and urinary incontinence.
The three main types are spastic cerebral palsy, athetoid and ataxic.
If Peter doesn't learn to cope with all these rather quickly, he'll be pounded into the molecular wind, or succumbing to the manifold dangers of the Ataxic sector.
People with ataxic CP usually have problems with balance.