gait ataxia

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A form of ataxia caused by a lesion in the anterior lobe of the cerebellum, usually as a consequence of alcohol dependence, characterized by staggering movement even when sober and inability to stand still with feet together. See also Romberg's sign, tandem gait. Compare locomotor ataxia.

Subjects: Psychology.

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