With these methods, needing not more than twenty minutes three times a day, the ataxic symptoms sometimes rapidly diminish.
There are three stages: The preataxic, the ataxic, the bed-ridden paralytic.
I was astonished at his conduct, and still cannot understand what end he imagined would be served by this ataxic defiance.
In the ataxo-adynamic form the symptoms of the ataxic and those of the adynamic form are found united.
All cases, however, if they live long enough, pass into the second ataxic stage.
There may also be ataxic symptoms, paretic weakness of bowel and bladder, trembling and spasms.
The ataxic patient needs consolation, and this can be given without in any way deceiving him.
also anglicized as ataxy, "irregularity of bodily functions," 1610s, "confusion, disorder," medical Latin, from Greek ataxia, from a-, privative prefix, + taxis "arrangement, order," from stem of tassein "to arrange" (see tactics). Pathological sense is attested from 1660s.
ataxic a·tax·ic (ə-tāk'sĭk) or a·tac·tic (ə-tāk'tĭk)
Of, relating to, or characterized by ataxia.
ataxia a·tax·i·a (ə-tāk'sē-ə) or a·tax·y (ə-tāk'sē)
Loss of the ability to coordinate muscular movement. Also called dyssynergia, incoordination.