Definition of "incoordination" [in•co•ör•di•na•tion]
Lack of coordination, especially of normal voluntary and harmonious control of muscular movement.(noun)
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"Lesions involving these cranial cervical nerves or the vestibulospinal input to the vestibular apparatus can result in signs of vestibular disease (such as incoordination or loss of balance). ""
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"Paralysis of the muscles of the eyelids, staggering gait, incoordination of speech, paralysis of the limbs, drooping of the head and complete paralysis of all volunatry muscles develop."