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Definitions of abasia:

part of speech: noun

Inability to walk; specifically the presence of such inability, although muscular power, sensation, and coordination are unimpaired in relation to other movements of the legs.

Usage examples for abasia:

  • They are really a loss of confidence in one's power to do things and a passing astasia- abasia "Psychotherapy", James J. Walsh
  • Such conditions as astasia- abasia may develop quite apart from surgery, but there is always some " insult," as the Germans say, that is some physical basis for them, and so they are often considered to be surgical. "Psychotherapy", James J. Walsh

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