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Sensory trick in task-specific tremor

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The authors are thankful to the medical writer Dario Zanetti for the assistance in editing the manuscript.

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On examination, the patient had a tremor of her left hand with the specific task of holding a dish. The tremor disappeared when she touches her left wrist with right hand. There was no improvement of tremor when she touch her left shoulder or elbow (WMV 12951 kb)

On examination, the patient had a tremor of her left hand with the specific task of holding a dish. The tremor disappeared when she touches her left wrist with right hand. There was no improvement of tremor when she touch her left shoulder or elbow (WMV 12951 kb)

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Bagella, C.F., Romito, L.M., Scaioli, V. et al. Sensory trick in task-specific tremor. Neurol Sci 38, 1341–1342 (2017) doi:10.1007/s10072-017-2913-x

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Keywords

  • Dystonia
  • Essential Tremor
  • Escitalopram
  • Alprazolam
  • Tourette Syndrome