Incoordination of muscular movement
Incoordination In`co*["o]r`di*na"tion, n. Lack of co["o]rdination; lack of harmonious adjustment or action. [1913 Webster]

{Inco["o]rdination of muscular movement} (Physiol.), irregularity in movements resulting from inharmonious action of the muscles in consequence of loss of voluntary control over them. [1913 Webster]


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