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Transcortical apraxia

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ideokinetic apraxia
ideomotor apraxia, a form of apraxia in which simple acts are incapable of being performed, presumably because the connections between the cortical centres that control volition and the motor cortex are interrupted.
Synonym: transcortical apraxia.


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