1. A disorder of voluntary movement, consisting of impairment in the performance of skilled or purposeful movements, notwithstanding the preservation of comprehension, muscular power, sensibility, and coordination in general; due to acquired cerebral disease.
2. A psychomotor defect in which the proper use of an object can not be carried out although the object can be named and its uses described. Syn: parectropia.
ocular motor apraxia