dysergia


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dysergia

 [dis-er´jah]
motor incoordination due to defect of efferent nerve impulse.

dys·er·gi·a

(dis-ĕr'jē-ă),
Lack of harmonious action between the muscles concerned in executing any definite voluntary movement.
[dys- + G. ergon, work]

dysergia

/dys·er·gia/ (dis-er´jah) motor incoordination due to defect of efferent nerve impulse.

dysergia

[disur′jē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, dys + ergon, work
a condition characterized by lack of muscle coordination caused by a defect of efferent nerve impulses.

dys·er·gi·a

(dis-ĕr'jē-ă)
Lack of harmonious action between the muscles concerned in executing any definite voluntary movement.
[dys- + G. ergon, work]

dys·er·gi·a

(dis-ĕr'jē-ă)
Lack of harmonious action between the muscles concerned in executing any definite voluntary movement.
[dys- + G. ergon, work]