somatodyspraxia

somatodyspraxia

[-disprak′sē·ə]
an impairment in the ability to plan skilled movements that are nonhabitual. Patients may be able to learn specific motor skills with practice but cannot accomplish unfamiliar tasks.
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The main evaluation items are related to sense adaptation disorder, postural-ocular movement disorder, bilateral integration and sequencing deficits, somatodyspraxia, and other central nervous system (CNS) immaturities, or reflect end products of sensory integration.