dysergia

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

Origin of dysergia

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

dysergia

[dĭ-sûrjə]
n.
  1. The lack of muscular coordination due to a defect in the efferent nerve impulses.
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