dystaxia


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dystaxia

/dys·tax·ia/ (dis-tak´se-ah) difficulty in controlling voluntary movements.

dystaxia

[distak′sē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, dys + taxis, order
partial ataxia, such as dystaxia agitans, in which a spinal cord irritation causes a tremor but no paralysis.

dystaxia

(dĭs-tăk′sē-ă) [″ + taxis, arrangement]
Partial ataxia.

dystaxia

Moderate lack of control over voluntary movement not amounting to ATAXIA.