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169 Possible Causes for Dyskinetic Movements

  • Severe Neonatal-Onset Encephalopathy with Microcephaly

    All affected children develop marked extrapyramidal dyskinetic movement disorder with predominance of dystonia.[] They have abnormal movements termed extrapyramidal movement disorder.[]

  • Insomnia

    He progressed to a state of reduced alertness and responsiveness, presenting periods of agitation with abnormal dyskinetic movements, periods of autonomic instability and[]

  • Movement Disorder

    A male infant presented at age 5 months with a dyskinetic movement disorder, which was initially diagnosed as infantile spasms.[] Here we have described a patient displaying a disorder characterized by a dyskinetic movement disorder, developmental delay, and autism.[] A hyperkinetic-dyskinetic movement disorder emerges as a distinctive feature of the FOXG1-related phenotype.[]

  • Ohtahara Syndrome

    A male infant presented at age 5 months with a dyskinetic movement disorder, which was initially diagnosed as infantile spasms.[] We report a new neurodegenerative phenotype associated with a known ARX mutation and causing early abnormal neurodevelopment, a complex movement disorder, and early infantile[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    ., hypokinesia, muscle rigidity, tremors, excess salivation), dyskinetic movements (e.g., of head, limbs, tongue), and a global estimate of tardive dyskinesia (e.g., athetoid[]

  • Athetoid Cerebral Palsy

    Choreoathetoid Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy Choreoathetoid dyskinetic cerebral palsy is characterized by two different types of movements: athetosis and chorea.[] Dyskinetic movements can be: Twisting and repetitive movements – known as dystonia Slow, ‘stormy’ movements – known as athetosis Dance-like irregular, unpredictable movements[] Symptoms & Signs The primary symptom associated with athetoid and dyskinetic cerebral palsy disorders is involuntary movement, small or large movements that occur without[]

  • Diabetic Enteropathy

    Tardive dyskinesia is a syndrome consisting of potentially irreversible, involuntary, dyskinetic movements that may develop in patients treated with metoclopramide.[]

  • Carpal Instability

    Instability occurs either if the carpus is unable to sustain physiologic loads ("dyskinetics") or suffers from abnormal motion of its bones during movement ("dyskinematics[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    movement is observed on one side of the body; involving the proximal muscles usually the upper extremities; it resembles a flailing motion with wild dyskinetic movement.[] […] hyper or hypotonicity of the muscles; this abnormal tonus and posture results in dyskinesia Hemiballismus - Resulting from a lesion of the hypothalamic nucleus; violent dyskinetic[]

  • Glaucoma

    movements) and can be a primary basal ganglion disorder.[] Page 166 Dystonia Dystonia can be a sign of other basal ganglion disorders, such as Huntington's disease and tardive dyskinesia (irreversible development of involuntary dyskinetic[]

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