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What's the difference between asynergia and ataxia?

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Dr. Ricardo Madrid
Neurology
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In brief: Ataxia includes it

Ataxia is a disturbance in the smooth performance of voluntary motor acts.
Asynergia is the lack of synergy of the various muscle components or in other words the decomposition of movement. Ataxia includes other abnormalities of voluntary movement control such as asynergia.

In brief: Ataxia includes it

Ataxia is a disturbance in the smooth performance of voluntary motor acts.
Asynergia is the lack of synergy of the various muscle components or in other words the decomposition of movement. Ataxia includes other abnormalities of voluntary movement control such as asynergia.
Dr. Ricardo Madrid
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