Tremor refers to involuntary shaking, usually of a limb, tremors may be resting or occur with intentional movement.

Related Articles

Huntington’s disease at■■■■■
Huntington’s disease: Huntington’s disease or HD refers to a genetic disorder marked by involuntary . . . Read More
Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) at■■■■
- Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) : - Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) : Tardive Dyskinesia or TD refers to a disorder . . . Read More
Periodic Limb Movement Disorder at■■■■
Periodic Limb Movement Disorder: Periodic Limb Movement Disorder refers to a disorder charaterized by . . . Read More
Action tremor at■■■
Action tremor: Action tremor refers to a tremor that occurs during the performance of voluntary movements . . . Read More
Deep Brain Stimulation at■■■
A Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) delivers a constant low electrical stimulation to a small region of the . . . Read More
Parkinsonism at■■■
Parkinsonism: Parkinsonism refers to a behavioral syndrome marked by motor symptoms including tremor, . . . Read More
Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale at■■■
The Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale refers to a rating scale that was designed to measure involuntary . . . Read More
Phenylcyclidine at■■■
Phenylcyclidine: Phenylcyclidine refers to a substance that produces euphoria, slowed reaction times, . . . Read More
Myoclonus at■■■
Myoclonus: Myoclonus refers to a neurologic movement disorder characterized by brief, involuntary, twitching . . . Read More
Dyskinesia at■■■
Dyskinesia: Dyskinesia refers to the inability to control voluntary movements. It means uncontrolled . . . Read More