Tremor

Action Tremor May Have Central Origin in Motor Neuron Disease

Action Tremor May Have Central Origin in Motor Neuron Disease

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The inability to compare patients with vs without tremor as well as the inclusion of patients attending a single center, which may reduce the generalizability of the findings.

Resting Tremor Most Common in Early Parkinson Disease

Resting Tremor Most Common in Early Parkinson Disease

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Utilizing 123I-FP-CIT SPECT imaging of raphe serotonergic nuclei and putamen dopaminergic terminals may help detect factors that influence response to dopaminergic treatment.

Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy Promising for Reducing Refractory Tremor in Parkinson Disease

Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy Promising for Reducing Refractory Tremor in Parkinson Disease

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The efficacy of focused ultrasound thalamotomy was evaluated for management of medically refractory, tremor-dominant Parkinson disease.

Antipsychotics May Elevate Risk of Movement Disorders

Antipsychotics May Elevate Risk of Movement Disorders

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The odd relationship may have more to do with the mental disorder than the drugs.

Tremor in Multiple Sclerosis Often Poorly Treated

Tremor in Multiple Sclerosis Often Poorly Treated

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Nearly 50% of respondents reported taking medication to address tremor.

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