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What kind of movement disorders occur?
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
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In brief: Movement
Depends on where they r occurring & in what.
Please clarify. In general, involuntary one occur in neurological disorders such as parkinson disease, or induced by medications such as antipsychotics.

In brief: Movement
Depends on where they r occurring & in what.
Please clarify. In general, involuntary one occur in neurological disorders such as parkinson disease, or induced by medications such as antipsychotics.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Eric Farbman
Neurology
In brief: Slow and fast
Movement disorders are involuntary movements of muscle.
They are grossly divided into slowed movement (i.e. Parkinson disease and similar disorders) and fast movements (i.e. Chorea such as in huntington disease). There are a large number of these diseases, but the two most common are essential tremor and parkinson disease.

In brief: Slow and fast
Movement disorders are involuntary movements of muscle.
They are grossly divided into slowed movement (i.e. Parkinson disease and similar disorders) and fast movements (i.e. Chorea such as in huntington disease). There are a large number of these diseases, but the two most common are essential tremor and parkinson disease.
Dr. Eric Farbman
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