chronic ataxia

chron·ic a·tax·i·a

persistent ataxia, most often caused by hereditary cerebellar or metabolic disorders.
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While the signs of cerebellar dysfunction had started acutely, their continuation for more than 2 weeks prompted further investigation for an inherited cause of progressive chronic ataxia (our differential diagnosis included ataxia telangiectasia (no telangiectasia were present clinically and the immunoglobulin levels were normal), abetalipoproteinaemia, Friedreich's ataxia and spinocerebellar ataxia.
We therefore investigated further for possible inherited causes of progressive chronic ataxia.
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