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What body movements are involved in tardive dyskinesia?
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
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In brief: Dystonic
Movements can actually be of any sort, although slow writhing is usual.
Tremors, spasticity, cramping can occur. Movements are asymmetric and poorly organized, coming at irregular intervals, although the intervals may be quite brief.

In brief: Dystonic
Movements can actually be of any sort, although slow writhing is usual.
Tremors, spasticity, cramping can occur. Movements are asymmetric and poorly organized, coming at irregular intervals, although the intervals may be quite brief.
Dr. Edward Smith
Dr. Edward Smith
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In brief: Buccolingual
Mostly cheek, lips, oral, face, tongue muscles.

In brief: Buccolingual
Mostly cheek, lips, oral, face, tongue muscles.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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