dystaxia

/ (dɪsˈtæksɪə) /

noun

pathol lack of muscular coordination resulting in shaky limb movements and unsteady gait

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Word Origin for dystaxia

from dys- + Greek -taxia, from tassein to put in order
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Medical definitions for dystaxia

dystaxia
[ dĭs-tăksē-ə ]

n.

A mild degree of ataxia.
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