ataxic


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ataxic

[ə′tak·sik]
(geology)
Pertaining to unstratified ore deposits.
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Table 1) Among the three cardinal features of WE, most of the patients were presented with global confusion and ataxic or unsteady gait during the time of admission (Table 2).
2%) Dyskinetic type (n=5) - 1 (20%) 1 (20%) - Ataxic (n=4) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) Mixed (n=12) 1 (8.
As research indicate that congenital paraplegic patients [12], amputees [36], patients with ataxic disorders and Parkinson's disease [13], and patients with lesional hemiplegia, cortical blindness, and aphasia [16] have dreams with an intact body image, one might speculate that dreams include an innate body image that is not related to waking-life experience.
Ataxic is least common form of CP affecting between 5% and 10% of those with the condition.
In the control examination performed in the second month after the treatment program, it was observed that the patient could walk long distance with a double tripod, ataxic gait was almost completely improved, and his speech was more fluent and rapid.
2014), presents antidepressant-like, antinociceptive and ataxic effects in rodents, depending on the dose range (Stein et al.
The neurologic examination revealed normal mental status but moderate ataxic dysarthria.
As they age, patients have pes planus (flat feet) and a stooped ataxic gait.
Moreover, a myoelectric prosthetic hand is not part of the body and may move erroneously at times, making operation more difficult than using a neurologically ataxic hand.
However, there is still a controversy regarding the presence and/or extent of cerebellar morphological abnormalities as well as the contribution of striatal dysfunction to the ataxic phenotype of [tg.
symptom of these mitochondrial disorders is ataxic gait, and is often
This condition is characterized by acute confusion, ocular muscle palsies, nystagmus, ataxic gait, polyneuropathy, and progressive mental impairment.