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Possible Causes For Ataxia Disorder - Causes: Definition
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- 363 possible causes found
- Trauma Causes (6)
- Electromagnetic, Physics, trauma, Radiation Causes (5)
- Iatrogenic, Self Induced Disorders (1)
- Surgical, Procedure Complication (1)
- Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent) (35)
- Infected organ, Abscesses (8)
- Granulomatous, Inflammatory Disorders (1)
- Neoplastic Disorders (24)
- Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders (11)
- Metabolic, Storage Disorders (18)
- Biochemical Disorders (4)
- Deficiency Disorders (7)
- Congenital, Developmental Disorders (19)
- Hereditary, Familial, Genetic Disorders (35)
- Usage, Degenerative, Necrosis, Age Related Disorders (12)
- Relational, Mental, Psychiatric Disorders (4)
- Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders (8)
- Arteriosclerotic, Vascular, Venous Disorders (18)
- Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders (1)
- Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders (15)
- Reference to Organ System (19)
- Heirarchical Major Groups (3)
- Drugs (46)
- Poisoning (Specific Agent) (60)
- Organ Poisoning (Intoxication) (2)
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A neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of coordination of muscle movements. Ataxia is a non-specific clinical manifestation implying dysfunction of parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the cerebellum. Several possible causes exist for these patterns of neurological dysfunction. The term "dystaxia" is rarely used as a synonym.