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Gait apraxia (2)

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Gait apraxia (2)

Gait is short-stepped, broad-based, and stiff; turning is "en bloc"; several steps are needed to execute the turn; arm-swings are diminished. There is no evidence of ataxia or parkinsonism. (Courtesy of Dr. Sid Gilman.)

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