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Movement Disorders: Introduction

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Movement Disorders: Introduction by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Movement Disorders. It contains the following chapters:

    • Movement Disorders
    • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Tremor
    • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Chorea
    • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Dystonia
    • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Myoclonus
    • Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Tics

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    1. Resting tremor.
    2. Chorea.
    3. Tics.
    4. Essential tremor.
    5. Postural tremor.
    1. Essential tremor.
    2. Action tremor.
    3. Resting tremor.
    4. Shuffling gait.
    5. Chorea.
    1. Huntington's disease.
    2. Epilepsy
    3. Wilson's disease.
    4. Thyrotoxicosis.
    5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.
    1. Hyperkinetic, secondary dystonia.
    2. Hyperkinetic, idiopathic dystonia.
    3. Hypokinetic, myoclonus.
    4. Hyperkinetic, tremor.
    5. Hypokinetic, chorea.
    1. Parkinson's disease.
    2. Primary generalized epilepsy.
    3. Metabolic encephalopathy.
    4. Wilson's disease.
    5. Hypoxic brain injury.
    1. Dopamine antagonist, Tourette's syndrome.
    2. Dopamine agonist, Parkinson's disease.
    3. Anticholinergics, Wilson's disease.
    4. Tricyclic antidepressants, stroke.
    5. Dopamine antagonist, absence seizure.

    Author of lecture Movement Disorders: Introduction

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    I would like to see patients or role playing
    By michael g s. on 08. August 2018 for Movement Disorders: Introduction

    However, I would like to see patients or role playing to demonstrate the condition.