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66 Possible Causes for Drug-induced Movement Disorder, Shuffling Gait

  • Phenothiazine

    Typical antipsychotics (also called first-generation antipsychotics) are commonly associated with extrapyramidal side effects (these are drug-induced movement disorders and[] gait Fainting Hallucinations (rare) Weakness, lack of coordination Needing to move, restlessness SKIN Rapid sunburn if exposed to the sun Bluish skin (changing to purplish[] Other neuromuscular side effects of phenothiazines include agitation, insomnia, muscle spasm, difficulty swallowing, and shuffling gait, among others.[]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    Drug-induced hyperthermia and muscle rigidity: a practical approach. Eur J Emerg Med. 2003;10:149-54. Rodnitzky RL. Drug-induced movement disorders in children.[] gait, dyspnea, dysphagia, dysarthria, aphonia Autonomic dysfunction results in tachycardia, arrhythmias, fluctuations in blood pressure, sialorrhea, incontinence Disturbed[] Drug Induced Movement Disorders NEUROLEPTIC MALIGNANT SYNDROME Clinical Neuroleptic malignant syndrome is the rarest of the neuroleptic induced movement disorders.[]

  • Trifluoperazine

    gait.[] Pseudo-parkinsonism: Symptoms may include: mask-like facies; drooling; tremors; pill-rolling motion; cogwheel rigidity; and shuffling gait.[] Pseudo-parkinsonism : Symptoms may include: mask-like facies ; drooling; tremors; pill-rolling motion; cogwheel rigidity; and shuffling gait .[]

  • Quetiapine

    Drug-induced movement disorders can occur, however, and the risk of adverse events can increase significantly when medications are abused.[] gait.[] ., shuffling gait, tremor), thereby exacerbating Parkinson's disease symptoms.[]

  • Chlorpromazine

    Drug-Induced Movement Disorders [ hide all summaries ] (February 2018) Abnormal involuntary movements (movement disorders) occur as adverse events associated with many widely[] Parkinson’s disease —A disease of the nervous system most common in people over 60, characterized by a shuffling gait, trembling of the fingers and hands, and muscle stiffness[] Nervous system: sedation, muscle spasms of the head and neck, muscle rigidity, restlessness, tremors, slowed movement, shuffling gait, increased seizure tendency.[]

  • Orofacial Dyskinesia

    Movement disorders induced by dopamine blocking agents. Semin Neurol . 2001;21:59-68. 3. Jankovic J. Tardive syndromes and other drug-induced movement disorders.[] Unlike acute drug-induced movement disorders (acute dystonic reaction) or dose-dependent reversible conditions (drug-induced parkinsonism) that subside with discontinuation[] Drug Induced Movement Disorders CHRONIC NEUROLEPTIC MOVEMENT DISORDERS The nomenclature of tardive movement disorders is changing.[]

  • Drug-induced Dystonia

    Movement disorders and dopamimetic stimulant drugs: In: Lang AE, Weiner WJ, eds. Drug-Induced Movement Disorders .[] gait, and psychomotor retardation (bradykinesia) caused by antipsychotic or other medications Neuroleptic malignant syndrome Life-threatening emergency associated with the[] The National Institute of Mental Health is similarly committed to preventing further cases of drug-induced movement disorders in individuals who benefit from neuroleptic treatment[]

  • Hereditary Early-Onset Parkinson Disease

    drug-induced movement disorders, multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy/corticobasal degeneration, and spasticity.[] Primary symptoms include: Tremor Stiffness Slowness Impaired balance Shuffling gait later in the disease Some secondary symptoms include: Anxiety Depression Dementia Most[] disorders.[]

  • Fluphenazine

    Drug-Induced Movement Disorders [ hide all summaries ] (February 2018) Abnormal involuntary movements (movement disorders) occur as adverse events associated with many widely[] gait.[] CNS: extrapyramidal reactions, including pseudoparkinsonism (with motor retardation, rigidity, mask-like facies, pill rolling and other tremors, drooling, shuffling gait,)[]

  • Essential Tremor

    movement disorders G25.70 Drug induced movement disorder, unspecified Reimbursement claims with a date of service on or after October 1, 2015 require the use of ICD-10-CM[] Essential tremor doesn't cause other health problems, but Parkinson's disease is associated with stooped posture, slow movement and shuffling gait.[] Essential tremor does not cause other health conditions or problems; Parkinson’s disease may cause stooped posture, shuffling gait and unsteady, slow movement.[]

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