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taboparesis

[ tā′bō-pə-rēsĭs, -părĭ-sĭs ]
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n.
A condition in which the symptoms of tabes dorsalis and general paresis occur together.
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How to use taboparesis in a sentence

  • A surgeon with beginning taboparesis may commit the gravest errors of judgment before his condition is discovered.

    The Third Great Plague|John H. Stokes
  • Both locomotor ataxia and paresis may develop in the same person, producing a combined form known as taboparesis.

    The Third Great Plague|John H. Stokes
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