Explore the latest in tremor, including recent guidelines and advances in imaging, diagnosis, and management.
This case report describes a man with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease that involved a rare type of tremor.
This Viewpoint discuss several tips and highlights the critical factors to help clinicians selecting the appropriate deep brain stimulation device for patients.
This cross-sectional observational study characterizes the normative voice tremor frequency in patients with essential vocal tremor.
This study examines interrater agreement among clinicians who did not use standard guidelines to classify patients with adductor spasmodic dysphonia, abductor spasmodic dysphonia, voice tremor, and muscular tension dysphonia and develops expert consensus attributes for classifying patients for research.
This cohort study examines the outcomes of onabotulinum toxin A treatment in patients with adductor spasmodic dysphonia with or without lateral laryngeal tremor.
This randomized clinical trial compares focused ultrasound thalamotomy with sham treatment for relieving tremor in patients with medication-refractory, tremor-dominant Parkinson disease.
A 58-year-old man presented with a 1-year history of severe and progressive action tremor in his dominant hand when writing. What is your diagnosis?
This medical record review evaluates the efficacy of primidone in the treatment of essential vocal tremor.
This case report describes ataxia with uncontrollable palatal tremor in an elderly man.
An immunocompetent woman in her mid-60s initially presented with episodes of spasms and tremors in her right hand and forearm. Lymphoma cells were present in cerebrospinal fluid but not in bone marrow. Findings are diagnostic of the lymphomatosis cerebri variant of diffuse, large B-cell lymphoma.
This article describes a man in his 30s who presented early with fragile X–associated tremor/ataxia syndrome.
This case report describes a man in his 60s who presented with a 10-month history of rapidly progressive motor impairment.
This case report of 2 patients manifesting a new syndrome (head-jolting nystagmus) expands the differential diagnosis of head movement–induced paroxysmal vertigo.
In this case report a woman in her 50s presented to the emergency department after a fall. She reported being clumsy her entire life, though with worsening difficulty with balance over the past few years. She occasionally had falls, which were sometimes preceded by vertigo and “shaking” episodes. The lateral soft-tissue density component of the mass extended through a widened porus acusticus and into the internal auditory canal. What is the diagnosis?
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