dys·di·ad·o·cho·ki·ne·sia or dys·di·ad·o·ko·ki·ne·sia .dis-.dī-.ad-ə-.kō-kī-'nē-zh(ē-)ə n impairment of the ability to make movements exhibiting a rapid change of motion that is caused by cerebellar dysfunction compare ADIADOKOKINESIS

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dys·di·ad·o·cho·ki·ne·sia (dis″di-ad″ŏ-ko-kĭ-neґzhə) [dys- + diadochokinesia] a dyskinesia consisting of impaired ability to perform the rapid alternating movements of diadochokinesia. Called also dysdiadochocinesia. dysdiadochokinetic adj

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