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120 Possible Causes for Hiccup, Tic Disorder

  • Anxiety Disorder

    ., Anxiety and Tic Disorders Program. "That's way too hard to be the first step," Dr. Bergman said.[] Bolton DRijsdijk FO'Connor TGPerrin SEley TC Obsessive-compulsive disorder, tics and anxiety in 6-year-old twins.[] , motor and vocal tics, and social phobia than other groups of children.[]

  • Conversion Disorder

    […] and other tic disorders, has been interviewed by numerous local and national media --The Buffalo News, the Today Show and NPR's "Here and Now," among others -- concerning[] Other motor disturbances that are at times associated with conversion disorder are loss of speech (aphonia), coughing, nausea, vomiting, or hiccuping.[] KEYWORDS: mass hysteria; psychogenic movement disorder; somatoform disorders; tics[]

  • Diaphragm Disorder

    Chronic vocal tic disorder; Tic - chronic motor tic disorder Ryan CA, Trieu ML, DeMaso DR, Walter HJ. Motor disorders and habits. In: Kliegman RM, Stanton BF, St.[] Activities that cause diaphragm pain and symptoms: Labored breathing (asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, pneumonia) Gasping for air during sports activities Hyperventilation Coughing Hiccups[] Functional disorder FLUTTER (respiratory myoclonus, Leeuwenhoek disease) HICCUP MECHANICAL DISADVANTAGE– in copd[]

  • Hysteria

    […] and that she felt better if she gave into the physical disorder, the tic,” she said.[] “Alex,” she says, hiccupping through tears. “I’m holding his cuuuuuuup.”[] In fact, during her research of the Le Roy incident, she found that one girl described the experience as a “build up of tension which was then released by a verbal disorder[]

  • Tourette Syndrome

    Up to 20 percent of children have at least a transient tic disorder at some point.[] Having tics is a little bit like having hiccups. Even though you might not want to hiccup, your body does it anyway.[] […] rotating the shoulders shoulder shrugging sticking the tongue out Examples of simple phonic tics may include: barking sounds blowing clearing the throat coughing grunting hiccupping[]

  • Myoclonic Jerking

    Myoclonic epilepsy masquerading as a tic disorder. Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 2007; 109(6):509-11. Shprecher D, Kurlan R. The management of tics.[] Hiccups are a form of myoclonus, as are the sudden jerks, or "sleep starts," you may feel just before falling asleep.[] Some are normal, like the hiccups or moving while falling asleep. Other types are not normal.[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Diagnostic categories of tic disorders include both transient and chronic tic disorders and Tourette's disorder.[] Simple vocalizations can include repeated throat-clearing, sniffing/snorting, yelling, hiccupping, grunting sounds, etc.[] Simple transient vocal tics are less common and include sounds repeatedly made such as clearing the throat, coughing, grunting, hiccuping, belching, and other sounds.[]

  • Movement Disorder

    Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder Clinic Our Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder Clinic specializes in evaluating, diagnosing and treating children, adolescents and adults[] Some movement disorders, such as hiccups, are temporary, usually causing little inconvenience.[] […] s Disease and related parkinsonian conditions, Tremor/Essential Tremor, Tourette’s Syndrome/other tic disorders, tardive, dyskinesia.[]

  • Tics

    Disorders , Tic disorder , TICS , TIC DISORDERS , Tic Disorder NOS , Tic disorder unspecified , Tic disorder, unspecified , Tic Disorder , Tic disorders , TIC DIS , [X]Tic[] […] things Somersaults Stepping backwards Tearing things Throwing things Twirling in circles Walking on toes Belching Clicking Coughing Gasping Grunting Gurgling Gutteral sounds Hiccupping[] ‘As he hops between them - in what may be the band's most annoying tic - he makes a sound somewhere between a yodel and a hiccup.’[]

  • Central Nervous System Disorder

    Examples of disorders that we evaluate in this category include specific learning disorder, borderline intellectual functioning, and tic disorders (such as Tourette syndrome[] Symptoms and signs specific to tic disorders include sudden, rapid, recurrent, non-rhythmic, motor movement or vocalization.[]

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