ataxic


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a·tax·ic

(ă-tak'sik),
Relating to, marked by, or suffering from 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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Disruption of tolerance to the ataxic effect of ethanol by an extraneous stimulus.
de Mello Figueiredo, "Treadmill training for ataxic patients: a single-subject experimental design," Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.
Both treatment approaches should be included as options in balance rehabilitation programs for ataxic patients.
He clinically manifested a paramedian midbrain syndrome, combining the previously described left-sided oculomotor impairment with moderate right-sided ataxic hemiparesis without hemianesthesia, tremor, dysmetria, dysarthria, and depression.
Similarly, the gait ataxia is found in majority of patients which varies from mild imbalance and unsteadiness with difficulty in tandem (heel to toe), walking to wide based shuffling or ataxic gait.
Ataxic CP is very rare and according to the available evidence it is distributed across the first three GMFCS levels.
Hensley, who lives with ataxic cerebral palsy, sometimes uses a power wheelchair to help with her mobility.
Eight months later, he presented with similar findings with loss of lower-extremity proprioception and vibratory sense, spastic diplegia with foot drop, and wide-based ataxic gait.
On examination, the patient appeared to have alcohol intoxication, with slurred speech, an ataxic gait and an ethanol smell.
During clinical typing, 80.4% of the patients were spastic, 11.2% were mixed, 4.7% were dyskinetic, and 3.7% were ataxic. Intellectual functioning tests found 26.2% of the children within the intellectual norm and that 10% of the children had a borderline intellectual disability, 16% of them had a mild intellectual disability, 17% of them had a moderate intellectual disability, and 30.8% of them had a severe intellectual disability.
Induction of symptoms of ataxic disorders in vivo by administration of autoantibodies present in GAD65Ab-associated CA patients.
Cage rest is typically viewed as essential for successful medical management of presumptive disc herniation as well as it allow in the healing ligamentous structures, prevent further extrusion of the nucleus pulposus and may reduce the probability of accidental traumatic injury in ataxic dogs (Sharp and Wheeler, 2005; Bagley, 2005).