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Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder in which sustained muscle contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures. The disorder may be inherited or caused by other factors such as birth-related...
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Those with dystonia usually have normal intelligence and no associated psychiatric disorders. ... Dystonia can affect many different parts of the body. ...
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Works to increase an understanding of dystonia through research, awareness, and support.
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Dystonia is a very complex, highly variable neurological movement disorder ... Dystonia results from abnormal functioning of the basal ganglia, a deep part of ...
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Dystonia — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment of this painful muscle-contraction disorder. ... In dystonia, muscles contract ...
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dystonia n. Abnormal tonicity of muscle, characterized by prolonged, repetitive muscle contractions that may cause twisting or jerking movements of
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Dystonia ... Dystonia: Diagnosis(We Move) ... Torsion Dystonia(Center for Jewish Genetic Diseases) ...
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Includes what it is, symptoms, patterns, causes, and treatment of dystonia. ... Dystonia can affect many different parts of the body. ...
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Dystonia is a neurologic movement disorder characterized by sustained muscle ... Dystonia may be associated with certain nondegenerative, neurochemical disorders ...
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Early onset dystonia ... This disease begins frequently with dystonia in a limb and with onset under the ... What causes dystonia? ...
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Dystonia is a chronic neurological movement disorder that causes muscles to ... Other secondary forms of dystonia result from a physical trauma, ...
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Part 1 of patient education information about dystonia, sometimes referred to as dystonias, which is a neurological disorder. Physician developed and monitored.
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Dystonia is a neurologic syndrome characterized by involuntary, sustained, ... However, distinguishing dystonia from other hyperkinetic movement disorders may ...
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DYSTONIA ... Patients with dystonia may have superimposed movements that are slow (athetosis) ... Dystonia is oftenis often better first thing in the morning. ...
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The Department of Neurological Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital has a dedicated team of experienced surgeons and ...
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Dystonia — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment of this painful muscle ... In dystonia, muscles contract involuntarily — causing an ...
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Medtronic offers information on the facts about causes, symptoms, and risk factors of dystonia. ... Dystonia ... Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder ...
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List of 92 disease causes of Dystonia, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Dystonia, 17 drug side effect causes. Diagnostic ...
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Dystonia is defined as a movement disorder in which involuntary sustained or ... The child's perception of dystonia may be that an attempt to move produces the ...
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