taboparesis

[tā′bō-pə-rēsĭs, -părĭ-sĭs]

n.

A condition in which the symptoms of tabes dorsalis and general paresis occur together.

Nearby words

  1. tappet,
  2. tapping,
  3. tapping up,
  4. tappit-hen,
  5. taproom,
  6. taps,
  7. tapsal-teerie,
  8. tapsalteerie,
  9. tapster,
  10. tapu


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Examples from the Web for taboparesis

  • 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