ataxic


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ataxic

[ə′tak·sik]
(geology)
Pertaining to unstratified ore deposits.
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Another study found that ataxic breathing was more frequent in non-REM sleep in chronic opioid users (odds ratio, 15.4; P = .017; J Clin Sleep Med.
On examination he had ataxic gait so he could walk with one person support, slurred speech and clumsy finger nose test, and dysdiadokinesia.
0n the other hand, due to the novelty of the training protocol proposed here, contrasts with previous studies that involved cerebellar ataxic individuals are complex.
Furthermore, we also suggest the investigation of supplementary interventional methods to gain a comprehensive understanding of the balance control mechanism in ataxic patients.
Initially, he presented with severe alternating (superior) oculomotor hemiplegia (Weber syndrome), with left-sided oculomotor nerve palsy, a drooping eyelid and fixed-width pupil pointed down and out, diplopia, and dysarthria associated with contralateral severe ataxic hemiparesis.
Neurological examination was normal apart from positive Romberg sign and ataxic gait.
Luke's Screening assessment for cerebellar toxicity with high-dose cytarabine (Ara-C),[7] we can assess following criteria such as confused or somnolent, slurred speech, nystagmus (rhythmic eye beats with gaze), ataxic or unsteady gait, arm tremor (extend forward palms up), and also patient signature (assess deterioration of fine motor coordination).
[8] The early symptoms of WE are acute global confessional state, ataxic or unsteady gait, impairment of consciousness, paresis of ocular muscles, and nystagmus.
The same findings were found in children with dyskinetic (64.7%) and ataxic (66.7%) type of CP.
As she grows taller and her gait becomes severely ataxic, constant tumbles are a regular part of our new normal.
The patient's neurological examination revealed the presence of cerebellar-type dysarthria, truncal ataxia, wide-based ataxic gait, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, and hyperreflexia in all his extremities.