Head | Neurology | Lack of Coordination (Symptom)
Lack of Coordination: Description
The lack of coordination refers to the ataxia is a symptom or disease that is characterized by uncoordinated cause the movement of body parts. This mismatch can affect the fingers and hands, arms and legs, body, speech, eye movements, swallowing mechanism, etc. Ataxia may be used interchangeably to refer to the symptom of a defective coordination of muscular movement, or to appoint a particular degenerative disease of the nervous system may present with few symptoms.
Lack of Coordination: Causes
There are a variety of diseases, including rabies and bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease) causing lack of coordination. This event can also be observed in the presence of certain intracranial tumours or after head trauma. People with this disease are often quite high, with long fingers, big feet and uncoordinated.