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4,249 Possible Causes for No Tremor

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    Finally, we evaluated different methods of combining the data from the two hands for obtaining a single tremor rating estimate, and found that simply averaging the tremor[] […] were above 7 Hz, suggesting that tremor above 7 Hz could be a potential discriminator of real versus factitious tremors.[] The symptoms and signs of alcohol withdrawal--autonomic dysfunction, tremor, anxiety, sleep disturbances, insomnia, and abnormal vital signs--may continue for 6 to 12 months[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Pallidotomy remains as a treatment option in Parkinson's disease (PD) with unilateral disabling dyskinesia and tremor, though deep brain stimulation of GPi and the other targets[] Whereas Vim or STN stimulation alone led to partial improvement, persisting tremor resolution occurred after simultaneous stimulation.[] Treating the patients with hand tremors is clinically difficult, because a wide range of disorders can result in hand tremors.[]

  • Essential Tremor

    When assessing a child with tremor, it is paramount to evaluate the phenomenology of the tremor, determine the presence or absence of other neurologic signs and symptoms,[] The tremor seemed to be task-specific, and neurophysiological features suggested that the forehead tremor was dystonic.[] Essential tremor is characterized by slow progressive tremors during movement.[]

  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    Tremor seems to be the most common presenting symptom in PD3 patients.[] See your GP if you're concerned you may have symptoms of Parkinson's disease NHS Tremors Tremors refer to shaking, usually in the hands or arms.[] Tremor Involuntary shaking of the hands, arms, legs, jaw or tongue.[]

  • Young-Onset Parkinson Disease

    Ten percent of these patients had at least one relative with essential tremor, but only 1.6% of their relatives at risk had tremor, which again was similar to the prevalence[] As shown in this clip , using vibrations along Emma’s wrist to counter her neuromuscular signaling, Emma is able to reduce the tremors in her hand.[] Anticholinergics can help reduce tremors. Amantadine may be used to improve muscle control and relieve stiffness.[]

  • Benign Adult Familial Myoclonic Epilepsy

    Abstract Benign adult familial myoclonic epilepsy (BAFME) is an autosomal dominant condition characterized by cortical tremor and generalized seizures, mapped on chromosome[] , familial essential myoclonus and epilepsy, familial benign myoclonus epilepsy of adult onset, and heredofamilial tremor and epilepsy.[] Cortical tremor (FCMTE: familial cortical myoclonic tremor with epilepsy).[]

  • Secondary Parkinsonism

    In conclusion, the absence of tremor at rest accords with experimental SN lesions.[] Clinical manifestations included an akinetic-rigid syndrome with and without tremor, the combination of parkinsonism and dystonia, and a parkinsonism-plus syndrome.[] In vascular parkinsonism, tremor is less common. It's also known as lower body parkinsonism with rigidity.[]

  • Movement Disorder

    tremor.[] Thirty patients required a combined stimulation and lesioning approach to control tremor.[] Stereotactic radiosurgery has had wide application for tremor.[]

  • Familial Tremor

    Familial tremor (FT) is a subtype of essential tremor (ET) that is autosomal dominant.[] Postural tremor resembled essential tremor and responded to the anticonvulsants such as clonazepam, primidone and sodium valproate. Seizures were infrequent.[] Primidone given to a patient for epilepsy produced an unexpected reduction in benign familial tremor.[]

  • Psychogenic Movement Disorders

    […] when tremor is present, are also of interest.[] There might be tremor with kinetic movement as well as rest and posture, and finger tremor might be absent.[] Other diagnostic clues included entrainment of tremor to the frequency of repetitive movements of another limb, fatigue of tremor, stimulus sensitivity, and previous history[]

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