Nevertheless, pricking the margin with a fine needle usually has the effect of causing only a locomotor contraction.
I couldn't make him see that it was his personal spine, and the locomotor must be attaxing.
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.
Thenceforth the upper limb was emancipated entirely from its locomotor functions.
He suffers from aphasia, and locomotor ataxia has begun to manifest itself.
A physician wrote me, taking me to task for listing among the cures reported in my tabulation a case of locomotor ataxia.
Walker was lecturing on locomotor ataxia to a wardful of youngsters.
No locomotor abdominal appendages (except in certain larvae).
It is closely allied to, if not identical with, locomotor ataxy.
locomotor lo·co·mo·tor (lō'kə-mō'tər) or lo·co·mo·tive (-mō'tĭv)
Of or relating to movement from one place to another.