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Athetosis in Medical Dictionary

Athetosis

... athetosis : Involuntary writhing movement s particularly ... For: search help Printer-Friendly Format ... athetosis A condition marked by slow, writhing, involuntary ... rapid, jerky movement s. Tics , spasm , athetosis (slow, writhing motions), chorea (rapid, ...

Chorea

... dance-like movement s typical of the disease . Tics , spasm , athetosis (slow, writhing motions), chorea (rapid, randomly irregular jerky ... during sleep. Movement s can be rapid and jerky ( chorea ) or writhing ( athetosis ) or can involve staying in an abnormal position ( dystonia ). Brain ...

Blindness

... dementia (deterioration of ability to think) seizures abnormal increased muscle tone or spasm (myoclonus) movement disorder (choreo athetosis ) ... " Blindness mingles with the want of moral courage to deny your appetite , to lift the cross, which means to take up the very duties that ...

Dementia

... dementia (deterioration of ability to think) seizures abnormal increased muscle tone or spasm (myoclonus) movement disorder (choreo athetosis ) ... A rare, inherited disorder that occurs when copper pools in the red blood cells. May cause tremor s, muscle rigidity, speech problems ...

Dystonia

... may worsen during times of emotional stress and typically go away during sleep. Movement s can be rapid and jerky ( chorea ) or writhing ( athetosis ) or can involve staying in an abnormal position ( dystonia ). ...

Hypoparathyroidism

... ), lymph ocytic thyroiditis , hypoparathyroidism , and gonad al failure. system (cerebral calcification , dementia , spastic paraplegia , athetosis ), skull ( microcephaly , i.e. an abnormally small head), eyes ( glaucoma , optic nerve atrophy , retinitis pigmentosa ), and a significant ...

Mental retardation

... dementia (deterioration of ability to think) seizures abnormal increased muscle tone or spasm (myoclonus) movement disorder (choreo athetosis ) ... SYMPTOMS"Slow physical development, moderate to severe mental retardation , and facial features which are somewhat flattened. Ears are set ...

Optic nerve atrophy

... ... Fahr syndrome thus involves abnormalities of the neurologic system (cerebral calcification , dementia , spastic paraplegia , athetosis ), skull ( microcephaly , i.e. an abnormally small head), eyes ( glaucoma , optic nerve atrophy , retinitis pigmentosa ), ... ...

Paraplegia

... and legs). Fahr syndrome thus involves abnormalities of the neurologic system (cerebral calcification , dementia , spastic paraplegia , athetosis ), skull ( microcephaly , i.e. an abnormally small head), eyes ( glaucoma , optic nerve atrophy , retinitis pigmentosa ), ... A neurologic ...

Paroxysm

... difficulty change (variable over hours)? Does breathing difficulty occur at rest? How long does each episode last? Tics , spasm , athetosis (slow, writhing motions), chorea (rapid, randomly irregular jerky movement s) and dystonia are all different types of dyskinesia. The term ' ...

Retardation

... dementia (deterioration of ability to think) seizures abnormal increased muscle tone or spasm (myoclonus) movement disorder (choreo athetosis ) ... SYMPTOMS"Slow physical development, moderate to severe mental retardation , and facial features which are somewhat flattened. Ears are ...
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