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(Psychiatry AND Tardive dyskinesia)
13,654 results
  • Dystonia in Methylphenidate Withdrawal: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Addict Med 2016 Dec 06
  • Grau-López L, Daigre C, … Roncero C
  • Few studies have described movement disorders as withdrawal symptoms during psychostimulant detoxification. Although dystonia has been reported as an uncommon adverse effect of methylphenidate treatm...
  • Autoimmune choreas. [Review]
  • JNJ Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2016 Dec 01
  • Cardoso F
  • Chorea, a movement disorder characterised by a continuous flow of unpredictable muscle contractions, has a myriad of genetic and non-genetic causes. Although autoimmune processes are rare aetiology o...
  • Patterns of motor activity in spontaneously hypertensive rats compared to Wistar Kyoto rats. [Journal Article]
  • BBBehav Brain Funct 2016 Dec 01; 12(1):32
  • Fasmer OB, Johansen EB
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings show that in addition to increased total activity and velocity of movement, the organization of behavior is different in SHR/NCrl relative to WKY/NHsd controls. Compared to controls, behavioral variability is reduced in SHR/NCrl at an aggregate level, and, concomitantly, more complex and unpredictable from moment-to-moment. These finding emphasize the importance of the measures and methods used when characterizing behavioral variability. If valid for ADHD, the results indicate that decreased behavioral variability can co-exist with increased behavioral complexity, thus representing a challenge to current theories of variability in ADHD.
  • [Gait disorders and postural instability in patients with an essential tremor]. [Journal Article]
  • ZNZh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova 2016; 116(6 Vyp 2. Neurology and psychiatry of elderly):88-90
  • Vasichkin SV, Levin OS
  • CONCLUSIONS: A half of the patients had gait disorders and postural instability. Though these disorders were mild to moderate, they caused significant subjective discomfort and influenced quality of life. The results suggest the involvement of the cerebellum in the pathogenesis of gait disorders and postural instability in ET.
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