locomotor ataxia was the least she might expect from her description of her feelings.
Oh, he's still got his locomotor ataxia, if that's what you mean.
A physician wrote me, taking me to task for listing among the cures reported in my tabulation a case of locomotor ataxia.
He suffers from aphasia, and locomotor ataxia has begun to manifest itself.
This with the exaggerated reflexes would exclude its use in locomotor ataxia.
Walker was lecturing on locomotor ataxia to a wardful of youngsters.
Every time Joe passed she looked up and smiled, and every time she smiled Joe suffered all the symptoms of locomotor ataxia!
I told her no, but that in my opinion there was some danger of her husband developing general paresis or locomotor ataxia.
Jonas declares he once spoke of locomotor ataxia in hearing and she said she knew too well what that was.
Gastric crises have been most carefully studied as a symptom in the prodromic stage of locomotor ataxia.
locomotor ataxia n.
See tabes dorsalis.