Movement symptoms Overview
Movement symptoms affect the ability to make voluntary, purposeful movements. Related symptoms include coordination symptoms (incoordination), muscle weakness, paralysis, motor symptoms, gait problems, and so on. Involuntary movement symptoms include tics, twitches, tremor, seizures, convulsions, and many similar patterns.
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- Coordination Disorders: Coordination Disorders are disorders where a person has difficulty with coordination. These may include hand-eye coordination or other types
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- Muscle weakness: Muscle weakness has many different causes ranging in severity from mostly harmless to life-threatening (e.g. stroke). Weakness may
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- Paralysis: Paralysis is the loss of muscle control in the body, often also with the loss of sensation. Paralysis may be
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- Motor symptoms: Motor symptoms are abnormalities of movement (dyskinesias) or of the coordination of movement. Examples of motor symptoms include tics, tremor
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- Gait Symptoms: Gait abnormality or gait symptoms refers to a difficulty with walking. The style or method of walking is abnormal. There
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