proximoataxia

proximoataxia

 [prok″sĭ-mo-ah-tak´se-ah]
ataxia of the proximal part of a limb.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

prox·i·mo·a·tax·i·a

(prok'si-mō-ă-tak'sē-ă),
Ataxia or lack of muscular coordination in the proximal portions of the extremities, that is, arms and forearms, thighs and legs. Compare: acroataxia.
[proximo- + ataxia]
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proximoataxia

A rarely used, nonspecific term for ataxia affecting the proximal parts of one or more extremities.
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prox·i·mo·a·tax·i·a

(prok'si-mō-ă-tak'sē-ă)
Ataxia or lack of muscular coordination in the proximal portions of the limbs (i.e., arms and thighs).
Compare: acroataxia
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