Movement disorders in children share the unifying characteristics of abnormalities of movement, posture, and tone, but encompass a broad range of conditions. The underlying pathophysiological processes involve the extrapyramidal system, and by custom this category excludes diseases primarily manifesting ataxia, spasticity, and muscle atrophy.
KeywordsMovement Disorder Essential Tremor Tardive Dyskinesia Huntington Disease Tourette Syndrome
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