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What is this proxy kinesia choreoathetosis?

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In brief: ? paroxymal?

If you are referring to a very rare condition called paroxysmal kinesiogenic choreoathetosis, it involves provocation of irregular brief involuntary movements over face, trunk, and limbs, provoked by ongoing repetitive exercise, and patients often fall due to the results.
Best managed by a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders.

In brief: ? paroxymal?

If you are referring to a very rare condition called paroxysmal kinesiogenic choreoathetosis, it involves provocation of irregular brief involuntary movements over face, trunk, and limbs, provoked by ongoing repetitive exercise, and patients often fall due to the results.
Best managed by a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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