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What can cause poor coordination?

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Dr. Alan Ali
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In brief: Poor coordination

Damage, degeneration or loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls muscle coordination, called the Cerebellum. Examples are Head trauma, Stroke, TIA, MS, Cerebral palsy, Tumors, Toxins, Vitamin E or B12 deficiency.

In brief: Poor coordination

Damage, degeneration or loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls muscle coordination, called the Cerebellum. Examples are Head trauma, Stroke, TIA, MS, Cerebral palsy, Tumors, Toxins, Vitamin E or B12 deficiency.
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