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What causes sudden loss of muscle control in hands?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: May be neurological

Loss of muscle control can be due to problems in the brain or the nerves that control the particular muscles.
A primary care doctor and a neurologist can evaluate to see where the problem is (the brain, the spinal cord, the nerves in the arms/hands, the muscles, etc...). Some disorders affect only one part of the body, while other diseases are generalized, affecting many muscles.

In brief: May be neurological

Loss of muscle control can be due to problems in the brain or the nerves that control the particular muscles.
A primary care doctor and a neurologist can evaluate to see where the problem is (the brain, the spinal cord, the nerves in the arms/hands, the muscles, etc...). Some disorders affect only one part of the body, while other diseases are generalized, affecting many muscles.
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