|ataxia icd 10||1.62||0.7||5641||46|
|ataxia in dogs||1.89||0.2||3726||56|
|ataxia telangiectasia disease||0.57||0.1||5059||90|
|ataxia de friedreich||1.39||0.9||448||40|
|spinocerebellar ataxia 27||0.88||0.9||8238||15|
|episodic ataxia 2||0.35||0.3||7431||95|
|episodic ataxia 2 symptoms||1.52||0.3||343||52|
|episodic ataxia 2 testing||0.53||0.8||2998||37|
|ataxia type 2||0.95||0.5||4291||70|
|ataxia in 2 limbs||1.77||0.5||3710||7|
|ataxia in 2 year old||0.79||0.7||3434||62|
|friedrich ataxia 2017||1.02||0.8||2638||28|
Episodic ataxia type 2 (EA2) is associated with attacks of severe vertigo and sometimes nausea and vomiting that last from hours to days. Nystagmus, a condition in which the eyes move repetitively and uncontrollably, can be present not only during but also between attacks.What causes ataxic gait?
Common Causes: Ataxic gait. Some of the possible common medical causes of Ataxic gait may include: Wernicke's disease. Cerebellar abscess. Cerebellar hemorrhage. Friedreich's ataxia.How common is ataxia?
Although rare, Friedreich ataxia is the most common form of hereditary ataxia in the United States, affecting about 1 in every 50,000 people. Both male and female children can inherit the disorder. The rate of progression varies from person to person.What is ataxia symptoms?
Symptoms may worsen slowly, over decades – or quickly, over mere months. Common symptoms of Ataxia are lack of coordination, slurred speech, trouble eating and swallowing, eye movement abnormalities, deterioration of fine motor skills, difficulty walking, gait abnormalities, tremors, and heart problems.