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37 Possible Causes for Echolalia, Lip Smacking, Parkinson's Disease

  • Frontal Lobe Neoplasm

    disease and impaired-movement issues Complete evaluation and treatment for epilepsy and other seizure disorders Expert care for muscular dystrophy, neuropathies, myasthenia[] […] conditions Nonsurgical and surgical treatment for a wide variety of spinal issues Specialized diagnosis and care for this hard-to-identify condition A dedicated program for Parkinson's[]

  • Tics

    Barely audible muttering Calling out Coprolalia Echolalia "Hey," "Wow," etc.[] The primary movement disorder in this category is parkinsonism, manifesting primarily in adulthood as Parkinson disease or one of many forms of secondary parkinsonism.[] They are being studied for treating various types of brain disorders and injuries, such as Parkinson's disease and damage from a stroke.[]

  • Pimozide

    […] know that Tourette disorder was underdiagnosed because of the erroneous belief that the etiology was psychologic and that the diagnosis required the presence of coprolalia, echolalia[] Tell your doctor right away if you develop any involuntary/repetitive muscle movements such as lip smacking/puckering, tongue thrusting, chewing, or finger/toe movements.[] disease-type movements; such body movements can become permanent even after treatment has ceased.[]

  • Tourette Syndrome

    Obsessive-compulsive behavior, attention-deficit disorder, and other psychiatric disorders may be associated; coprolalia and echolalia rarely occur; autosomal dominant inheritance[] In most cases, they are simple and brief, such as eye blinking, neck jerking, lip smacking or protruding of the tongue.[] This study is sponsored by the Parkinson’s Disease and movement Disorders Center of Albany Medical Center and Ortho-McNeil Neurologics.[]

  • Catatonia

    The behavior can range from echolalia, automatism, or agitation.[] smacking, inappropriate verbal usage, hand tremors and sweaty palms possibly due to side effects of psychiatric medication and repetitive eye movements.[] Parkinson's Disease Parkinson's disease is a slowly progressive neurological disease characterized by a fixed inexpressive face, a tremor at rest,...[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Centers of Excellence Northwestern Memorial Hospital is a designated Center of Excellence for Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease and Wilson disease .[] […] someone else’s movements (echopraxia).Complex vocal tics can seem purposeful as well and include repeating one’s own sounds (palilalia), repeating word or phrase last heard (echolalia[] smacking mouth opening nose twitching pouting shrugging squatting squinting stomping stooping tongue thrusting banging body jerking body slamming chewing clothes copropraxia[]

  • Schizophrenia

    Drugs that block dopamine have side effects similar to Parkinson's disease.[] […] movement as evidenced by posturing (voluntary assumption of inappropriate or bizarre postures) (5) stereotyped movements, prominent mannerisms, or prominent grimacing (6) echolalia[] Apathy and confusion; delusions and hallucinations; rambling or stylized patterns of speech, such as evasiveness, incoherence, and echolalia; withdrawn, regressive, and bizarre[]

  • Extrapyramidal Disorder

    PARKINSON’s DISEASE : PARKINSON’s DISEASE A common idiopathic neurological disease of the elderly characterized by : Brady-hypokinesia, Rigidity Rest tremor PARKINSON’s DISEASE[] Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome characterized by multiple motor tics and vocalizations  Motor tics can be simple/ complex & vocal tics can be simple (grunting) or complex (echolalia[] Tardive dyskinesia may include lip smacking, fly-catching movement of the tongue, eye blinking, finger movements and arm and leg movements.[]

  • Psychosis

    Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by motor and nonmotor symptoms. Psychosis is a common feature of Parkinson's disease.[] […] unresponsive phase, patients have been referred to as catatonic with features involving purposeless motor activity, extreme negativism, bizzarre posturing, grimacing, mutism, echolalia[] smacking or poking the tongue out).[]

  • Disorganized Schizophrenia

    Catatonic schizophrenia is considered if the individual displays any two of the following symptoms: Bizarre behavior Bizarre mannerisms Bizarre posture Echolalia, or parroting[] This includes lip smacking and chewing movements. About 25-40% of patients who take antipsychotic mediations for several years develop these side effects.[] This can include echolalia (repeating what other people say) and echopraxia (mimicking the movements of other people).[]

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