ataxia[ uh-tak-see-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ataxia
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATAXIA
His name was Sabathier, and for fifteen years he had been stricken with ataxia.
Ataxia had declared itself; he was able to walk now only leaning on his servant's arm.
It seemed he was suffering from a form of ataxia, rapid in its progress and very painful.
Does not get on feet when turned on side; ataxia well marked.
He had no ataxia or loss of sensibility in the upper half of the body.
She married a thirty-year-old active business man, in whom ataxia developed a year after marriage.
Consequently it would be indicated under all circumstances where a nervous affection seemed to depend upon a state of ataxia.
The usefulness of electricity in ataxia has been denied by some authors, while others praise it indiscriminately.
Slight scoliosis of the vertebral column and a misshapen right foot recalled Friedreich's ataxia.
Dec. 13th, two very offensive liquid stools; ataxia greater; skin yellow and countenance dull and listless.