CALLOSAL APRAXIA

n. a type of apraxia caused by a lesion, specifically in the corpus callosum. It manifests as an inability to perform purposeful movements which have been previously learned. Thus, it is a disorder affecting skilled movement.

CALLOSAL APRAXIA: "Callosal apraxia is more common in older age groups, particular among those who have had cerebral strokes or tumors."
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