Movement disorders

· MOvement disorders are disorders of movement. Incluyen: Akinesia (lack of movement) Apraxia Ataxia Athetosis (contorted torsion or twisting) Ballismus (violent involuntary rapid and irregular movements) Ballistic movements Hemiballismus Bradykinesia (slow movement) Catalepsy Cataplexy Chorea (rapid, involuntary movement) Sydenham's chorea Rheumatic chorea Huntington's chorea Dyskinesia Dystonia (sustained torsion) Dystonia muscularum Blepharospasm Writer's cramp Spasmodic torticollis (twisting of head and neck) Myasthenia gravis Myoclonia Paralysis Parkinson's disease Restless Legs Syndrome RLS(WittMaack-Ekboms disease) Spasms (contractions) Stereotypic movement disorder Stereotypy (repetition) Tardive dyskinesia Tic disorders (involuntario, compulsive, repetitivo, stereotyped) Tourette's syndrome Torticullis Tremor (oscillations) Rest tremor (4-8 Hz) Postural tremor Kinetic tremor Essential tremor (6-8 Hz variable amplitude) Cerebellar tremor (6-8 Hz variable amplitude) Parkinsonian tremors (4-8 Hz variable amplitude) Physiological tremor (10-12 Hz low amplitude) Wilson's disease Contents 1 Causas 2 Psychological causes 3 Causas físicas 4 Epidemiología 5 Diagnóstico 6 Tratamiento 7 Revistas 8 See also Causes Psychological causes Physical causes Epidemiology Diagnosis Treatment Journals Movement disorders (diario) See also Gait abnormalities Medication induced movement disorders Movement disorder specialists Muscular disorders Musculoskeletal disorders Neuroleptic induced movement disorders Neuromuscular disorders Posture Symptoms This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (ver autores).

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