dysbasia


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dysbasia

 [dis-ba´ze-ah]
difficulty in walking, especially that due to a nervous lesion.

dys·ba·si·a

(dis-bā'zē-ă),
1. Difficulty in walking.
2. The difficult or distorted walking that occurs in people with certain mental disorders.
[dys- + G. basis, a step]

dysbasia

/dys·ba·sia/ (dis-ba´zhah) difficulty in walking, especially that due to nervous lesion.

dysbasia

[disbā′zhə]
difficulty in walking caused by a nerve lesion or lameness associated with atherosclerosis.

dys·ba·si·a

(dis-bā'sē-ă)
1. Difficulty in walking.
2. The difficult or distorted walking that occurs in people with certain mental disorders.
[dys- + G. basis, a step]

dysbasia

difficulty in walking, especially that due to a nervous lesion.