Ideokinetic apraxia



ideokinetic apraxia i·de·o·ki·net·ic apraxia (ī’dē-ō-kə-nět’ĭk, -kī-, ĭd’ē-)
n.
Apraxia in which simple acts cannot be performed because the connections between the cortical centers that control volition and the motor cortex are interrupted. Also called ideomotor apraxia, transcortical apraxia.

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