dysergia

[dih-sur-juh, -jee-uh]

noun Pathology.

lack of muscular coordination due to defective nerve conduction.

Nearby words

  1. dyscrasia,
  2. dysembryoma,
  3. dysencephalia splanchnocystica,
  4. dysentery,
  5. dyserethism,
  6. dysesthesia,
  7. dysfibrinogenemia,
  8. dysfluency,
  9. dysfunction,
  10. dysfunctional

Origin of dysergia

< New Latin < Greek dysergía difficulty in working, equivalent to dys- dys- + -ergia; see erg1, -y3

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Medicine definitions for dysergia

dysergia

[dĭ-sûrjə]

n.

The lack of muscular coordination due to a defect in the efferent nerve impulses.

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