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Incoordination - ataxia

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Incoordination - ataxia

Ataxia, or incoordination, can be due to a variety of reasons. It is important to remember that ataxia in itself is a clinical sign of an illness and there will be an underlying cause that will need treatment.

What is ataxia?

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Why does ataxia develop?

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