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n. dismetría, afección del cerebelo que incapacita el control de la distancia en movimientos musculares.
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She was also noted to have titubation, dysmetria and dysdiadochokinesia.
Defining the phenotype of schizophrenia: cognitive dysmetria and its neural mechanisms.
Neurological examination revealed intact language and cognition, significant bilateral diplopia and nystagmus worse to the right, bilateral dysmetria worse on the left, and broad-based gait ataxia.
In neurological examination, distinct quadriparesis, ataxia, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, hypoesthesia of the 4 extremities, and bilateral abolished deep tendon reflex with indifferent plantar responses were determined.
After 2 weeks, the animal showed severe dysmetria of the extremities without obvious myoclonia.
The cerebellum is concerned with hypometric and hypermetric states and produces dysmetria of thought.
39) Patients with cerebellar syndromes may develop characteristic ocular motor disturbances including vestibular nystagmus and ocular dysmetria.
First described by Lance and Adams in 1963 (5), it is a multifocal action myoclonus in combination with stimulus-sensitive, bilateral and generalised jerks, and usually accompanied by dysmetria, dysarthria and ataxia, with relative preservation of higher cognitive functions.
No dysmetria was noted on the finger-to-nose test, but heel or toe gait was impaired.
An intention tremor was present with dysmetria and dysdiadochokinesia, especially on the left.
Saccadic eye movement, dysmetria, and lateral gaze nystagnms were observed.