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Locomotor ataxia

Introduction: Locomotor ataxia

Description of Locomotor ataxia

Locomotor ataxia: syphilis of the spinal cord characterized by degeneration of sensory neurons and stabbing pains in the trunk and legs and unsteady gait and incontinence and impotence.
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Broader terms for Locomotor ataxia

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Hierarchical classifications of Locomotor ataxia

The following list attempts to classify Locomotor ataxia into categories where each line is subset of the next.

WordNet 2.1

  • neurosyphilis
  • pox,syph,syphilis
  • Cupid's disease,Cupid's itch,sexually transmitted disease,social disease,VD,venereal disease,Venus's curse
  • contagion,contagious disease
  • communicable disease
  • disease
  • illness,malady,sickness,unwellness
  • health problem,ill health,unhealthiness
  • pathological state
  • condition,status
  • state

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