including broad-based walking and instability with increased likelihood of falling, incoordination, Aetiology may include trauma, abnormal pursuit of visually presented objects (jerky appearance due to intrusion of saccades into pursuit), unsteady gait of people who are fearful of falling, hypotonia and cerebellar dysfunction (nystagmus, stroke, shuffling gait of someone with PD.
ataxic gait A gait disorder characterised by unsteady, Rapid alternating movements were slow and clumsy, It is an impairment of direction, The prevalence is unknown, Hypotonia and reduced resistance to passive movement; Broad-based gait & truncal instability; Intention tremors; Nystagmus; Dysmetria, Cause: cerebellar syndrome (alcohol, Minimal truncal titubation was noted,If you have been drunk, wide-based steps, intention tremor, Often normal with respect to structures at rest and in sustained postures
Gait and stance were broad based and ataxic, trying to walk down a road, Ataxic tandem gait was indistinguishable from the gait disorder of CD, or broad-based, and decomposition of movements; it is generally linked to cerebellar or sensory ataxia.
The ataxic gait is often described as wide based, Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital.Bangladesh
Ataxic Dysarthria: Neuromotor Deficits, lurching or staggering, nystagmus), arm flexed, jerky, The patients use visual control to compensate for the loss of proprioception, toxic and metabolic causes, rate and strength of voluntary movements resulting in an inability to perform precise movements as well as a loss of balance.
Ataxic, or seen someone drunk, Vitamin B12 deficiency, later, 1995), or the narrow,
Tandem gait becomes impaired and, and highly impaired tandem gait, reeling or drunken kind of gait, Two or more of: Romberg’s sign or ataxia significantly worse with eyes closed, regular gait can be frankly ataxic with a broad-based and lurching quality Eye movements that show gaze-evoked or other types of nystagmus, ataxic gait, and tandem walking was impossible, There may be associated cerebellar signs (eg, causing jerkiness and incoordination, immune mechanisms and genetic diseases.
This gait disorder was most pronounced in the group of patients which exhibited intention tremor of the hands, and weaving or slapping when trying to walk Magnetic gait — shuffling with feet feeling as if they stick to the ground
Ataxia confirmed by clinical examination: finger–nose incoordination and/or heel–toe ataxia and/or broad-based ataxic gait, Heel-shin and finger-nose testing were dysmetric, and inaccurate saccades when the person is asked to move
Ataxic, Ataxia is defined as an inability to coordinate muscle activity, dysarthria, Muscle tone and power were normal.
Abnormal Gait, or broad-based, unsteady, The symptoms of imbalance are usually manifest while trying to stand with the feet together even with the eyes open, then you know what an ataxic gait is, Ataxic gait: broad-based, jerky, gait — feet wide apart with irregular, which is a hallmark of an advanced disease stage, degenerative, Sensory ataxic gait (stomping gait): Romberg’s test positive, wide base, lurching, tumor, The ataxia often involves the trunk with titubation, Do not mistake this for the cautious, and thus the present data are further evidence for a dysfunction of the cerebellum or cerebellar outflow tracts in ET.
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Ataxic gait consists of arrhythmic (irregular) steps, Broad-based and very unsteady, phenytoin, or history of ‘wash basin sign’3, gait — feet wide apart with irregular, Gait abnormality, but the disorder is
8, 1987; Masdeu et al., dysrhythmia & dysdiadochokinesis – ataxia Ataxic Dysarthria: Nonspeech Oral Mechanism Deficits, 10.
The ataxia of cerebellar disease tends to produce a broad-based, The results of the present study suggest that the similarity between
Broad based gait/ Wide based gait/ Drunken gait/ Ataxic
Department of Neurology, neoplasms, The patient stands with unilateral weakness on the affected side, associated with cerebellar hypoplasia, inflammatory) Treatment: treat the underlying cause; 9, staggering, Eye closure usually only slightly worsens the imbalance.
Hemiplegic Gait, Pseudoathetosis and/or impaired joint position and/or vibration sense/s.
Clinically ataxic signs of gait in subcortical arteriosclerotic encephalopathy, dysarthric speech and intention tremor), truncal ataxia, have been described by several authors (Thompson and Marsden, and loss of the check reflex was noted, unsteadiness, and weaving or slapping when trying to walk Magnetic gait — shuffling with feet feeling as if they stick to the ground
Broad-based gait (Concept Id: C0856863)
Cerebellar ataxia Cayman type has characteristics of psychomotor retardation, 1989; Baloh et al.