(Greek: bad, harsh, wrong; ill; hard to do, difficult at; slow of; disordered; impaired, defective)

1. Difficulty in walking, including excessively fast steps (tachybasia), or very small steps (brachybasia).
2. Difficulty in walking, especially as the result of a disorder of the nervous system.
3. Difficulty in or distortion of walking which occurs in people with mental disorders.
Any form of difficult or distorted walking, whether organically or psychically determined.
1. The inability to fix one’s attention; difficulty experienced in thinking; mind weariness.
2. Weak and uncertain willpower.
Disability with respect to using mathematics.

Although this disorder is common, it is poorly understood.

dyscalligynia (s) (noun), dyscalligynias (pl)
An antipathy for, or a hatred of, beautiful women.
Malformation of the head and facial bones.
dyscheiria, dyschiria
1. The inability to tell which side of the body has been touched.
2. A disorder of sensibility in which, although there is no apparent loss of sensation, the patient is unable to tell which side of the body has been touched (acheiria), or refers it to the wrong side (allocheiria), or to both sides (syncheiria).
dyscheirography, dyschirography
A handwriting disorder which usually reflects a mental or physical disease.
Painful or difficult bowel movements.
Difficulty in localizing sensory stimuli.
dyschondroplasia, enchondromatosis (s) (noun); dyschondroplasias, enchondromatoses (pl)
A congenital disorder characterized by the proliferation of cartilage within the extremity of the shafts of bones, causing thinning of the cortex and distortion in length in abnormal places: "The unusual dyschondroplasia in the football player made his legs long, but weak, because the extebded cartilage was not as strong as bone."
dyschroa, dyschoroia
1. Discolored skin; especially, of the face.
2. Poor or bad complexion.
Any deficiency in perception of color.
1. Deranged vision of colors; color blindness.
2. Disorder of color vision; imperfect color vision.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "bad, wrong": caco-, kako-; mal-; mis-; pessim-; sceler-.

Cross references directly, or indirectly, involving "slow, slowness, slow of, sluggish": lent-; tard-.