dysdiadochokinesia


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dys·di·ad·o·cho·ki·ne·si·a

, dysdiadochocinesia
n. disdiadocoquinesia, alteración de la función de detener un impulso motor y substituirlo por otro diametralmente opuesto.
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Cerebellar examination showed right-sided dysdiadochokinesia and truncal ataxia; other neurologic examinations including motor and sensory functions were within normal limits.
The patient had bilateral cerebellar signs, with nystagmus, dysdiadochokinesia, scanning speech, inability to complete pointto-point movement evaluation tests (fingernose-finger test, heel to shin coordination test).
The patient's neurological examination revealed the presence of cerebellar-type dysarthria, truncal ataxia, wide-based ataxic gait, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, and hyperreflexia in all his extremities.
Bilateral cerebellar signs dysmetria and heel-shin test and dysdiadochokinesia were positive, bilateral hypotonia present in upper and lower limbs, sensory system was intact, bowel and bladder- not involved.
The analysis of the clinical data (Table 6) showed the prevalence of the typical symptoms of chronic mercury exposure, such as grey to bluish discoloration of the oral cavity, tremor (finger to nose and heel to shin intentional tremor), ataxia (gait and heel to shin ataxia), as well as coordination problems (dysdiadochokinesia).
Neurologic examination revealed no significant abnormalities, including cerebellar signs such as vertigo, ataxia, nystagmus, dysmetria, dysarthria, dysdiadochokinesia, or other signs.
On physical examination, he had unsteady gait and dysdiadochokinesia. Eye-hand and eye-knee tests were abnormal.
Patients who had neurological symptoms such as ataxia, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, rigidity encephalopathy, and cognitive and/or psychiatric manifestations that are indicative for GADA-associated neurological syndromes were excluded.
No cerebellar signs, tremor, dysmetria or dysdiadochokinesia were detected.
She was also noted to have titubation, dysmetria and dysdiadochokinesia.
(30) The CNI was comprised of 3 subscales, including: (a) motor coordination (MC) involving finger-nose test, finger-thumb tapping, finger-thumb opposition, dysdiadochokinesia, fist-edge-palm test, and Oseretsky test; (b) sensory integration (SI) involving extinction, finger agnosia, stereognosis, agraphesthesia, and left-right orientation; and (c) disinhibition (DI) involving Go/No-go test.
One prominent feature is cerebellar ataxia with impaired body posture; in addition, patients present with dysarthria, dysmetria, and dysdiadochokinesia [90].