psychogenic gait

psychogenic gait

A gait disorder characterised by bizarre and nonphysiologic gait; it can be of different varieties and may be accompanied rare falls or injuries.

Clinical findings
Give-way weakness, Hoover sign, signs of conversion.
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Moreover, psychogenic gait disorders are typically characterized by exaggerated effort and slowness, bizarre postures, convulsive shaking episodes, sudden knee buckling (10).