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How do we diagnose stereotypic movement disorder?
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Dr. Mohammad Homsi
Neurology
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In brief: Stereotypies
The best way to diagnose is to observe.
Stereotypic movements defined as involuntary, coordinated, repetitive, often rhythmic, nonreflexive, and occur in the same fashion, must be present for at least 4 wks and interfere with normal activity.

In brief: Stereotypies
The best way to diagnose is to observe.
Stereotypic movements defined as involuntary, coordinated, repetitive, often rhythmic, nonreflexive, and occur in the same fashion, must be present for at least 4 wks and interfere with normal activity.
Dr. Mohammad Homsi
Dr. Mohammad Homsi
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Dr. Idan Sharon
Neurology
In brief: MOVEMENT DISORDERS
I would see a neurologist specializing in movement disorders.
Eegs and other testing modalities may provide some answers.

In brief: MOVEMENT DISORDERS
I would see a neurologist specializing in movement disorders.
Eegs and other testing modalities may provide some answers.
Dr. Idan Sharon
Dr. Idan Sharon
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