Dysmetria

Definition

noun

A pathologic condition in which the subject shows the inability or the impairment in estimating the distance in muscular movements, thus resulting in ataxia or the lack of movement coordination


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Dysmetria can be:


Word origin: Greek dys (bad, ill, abnormal) + metron (measure)

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