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5 Possible Causes for Orobuccal Dyskinesia

  • Senile Chorea

    Movements can include orobuccal dyskinesias, dystonia, akathisia (sensation of needing to move), myoclonus, and tics.[geriatricscareonline.org]

  • Amitriptyline

    She was noted to have continuous orobuccal dyskinesias, upper and lower extremity shaking, and dry mouth.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Autosomal Dominant Congenital Nystagmus 3

    Additional clinical features included blepharospasm, orobuccal dyskinesia, dystonia, chorea, and loss of peripheral deep tendon reflexes, consistent with a peripheral neuropathy[findzebra.com] dyskinesia ABDOMEN: [Gastrointestinal]; Gastrointestinal reflux SKELETAL: [Pelvis]; Hip dislocation, congenital; [Feet]; Vertical tali MUSCLE, SOFT TISSUE: Hypotonia NEUROLOGIC[findzebra.com] Height]; Short stature; [Other]; Intrauterine growth retardation; Failure to thrive HEAD AND NECK: [Head]; Microcephaly (-4 SD); [Eyes]; Blepharospasm; Nystagmus; [Mouth]; Orobuccal[findzebra.com]

  • Niemann-Pick Disease Type D

    No orobuccal or lingual dyskinesia were noted. Motor examination showed normal bulk, mildly increased tone with slight rigidity, and cog-wheeling bilaterally.[primarypsychiatry.com]

  • Dystonia

    dyskinesias or generalised chorea, although the precipitating factor is unclear because they were also taking other medication. 49 50 Cocaine and amphetamines have been associated[doi.org] , suggesting that pre-existing injury to the basal ganglia is required. 48 Rarely, children treated with theophylline for an asthma exacerbation have developed transient orobuccal-lingual[doi.org]

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