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Astasia abasia (the inability to stand) is caused by midbrain, thalamic, lenticular, and frontal lobe lesions or is due to psychogenic causes. Odd gaits are due to dystonic, choreic, apraxia, and psychogenic disturbances. Psychogenic gait disorders are commonly seen in any busy neurological practice.What is the difference between astasia abasia and camptocormia?
This case study reviews two patients with unique gait disturbances-astasia abasia and camptocormia. Astasia abasia is the inability to stand or walk in the absence of other neurologic abnormalities. Camptocormia is characterized by exaggerated trunk flexion of functional etiology.What are Functional gait disorders and how are they diagnosed?
Functional gait disorders are often equated with bizarre clinical features, but this is a diagnostic pitfall because organic gait disorders can also produce bizarre gait patterns, as may occur in patients with choreatic or dystonic gait. Second, functional gait disorders can present with clinical features that resemble organic gait disorders.What causes bizarre gaits?
Bizarre gaits may be neurological or psychogenic (caused by psychiatric disturbances) in origin. Astasia abasia (the inability to stand) is caused by midbrain, thalamic, lenticular, and frontal lobe lesions or is due to psychogenic causes.