Meaning of dysautonomia

dys•au•to•no•mi•a

Pronunciation: (dis-ô"tu-nō'mē-u), [key]
— n. Pathol.
  1. a rare inherited disorder of the autonomic nervous system, occurring mostly in Ashkenazic Jews, characterized by lack of reflexes, abnormal sweating, defective lacrimation and sense perceptions, emotional instability, and motor incoordination.
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