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This is a loss of coordination.  It can be sensory (proprioceptive) when the spinal cord is depressed.  This will lead to lack of coordination of feet and progressive weakness.  It can be vestibular when there is damage to the inner ear.  Head position will be off and there may be a sense of false movement.    Often they may lean or fall due to this.  It can be cerebellar if there is a problem within the brain itself.  There will be overall lack of coordination, large, odd steps, and swaying.  Symptoms can include:

  • Tilting of the Head
  • Weakness of Limbs
  • Lack of Coordination
  • Stumbling or Swaying
  • Drowsiness
  • Abnormal Eye movements
  • Lack of Appetite