tardive dyskinesia

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tardive dyskinesia

[′tär·div ‚dis·kə′nē·zhə]
(medicine)
A movement disorder marked by involuntary twitching of the mouth, lips, tongue, arms, legs, or trunk; frequently associated with the use of neuroleptic drugs.
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Manual dexterity in children with dyskinetic CP varied from levels II--V, whereby the majority were classified at level III (33.
For the purpose of generalizing the data, it is important that more dyskinetic, ataxic, and spastic unilateral patients with CP be included in a study.
Moreover, graft placement may be another risk factor; indeed, in 6-OHDA-lesioned rats previously made dyskinetic by L-DOPA treatment, grafts placed in the caudal striatum, but not in the rostral striatum, significantly reduced L-DOPA-induced limb and orolingual dyskinesia but produced also more severe GID in response to amphetamine [28].
Visual impairment due to a dyskinetic eye movement disorder in children with dyskinetic cerebral palsy.
Brief BRT resulted in increased skill in performance of relaxed behaviors, reduced emotional distress in vivo, management of dyskinetic episodes and clinically significant change in structured self-report questionnaire measure of anxiety.
Dyskinetic cerebral palsy: A population-based study of children born between 1991 and 1998.
For the same cardiac out put, a heart with a dyskinetic LVA needs to increase "stroke" volume (to inflate the dyskinetic aneurysm during systole and still maintain a normal cardiac output) and has consequently an increased oxygen demand and a lower work reserve.
32] reported on a patient with ACC, severe mental retardation, infantile spasms and subsequent intractable epilepsy, spastic and dyskinetic quadriparesis, severe limb contractures, and scoliosis.
Motor and mental alterations as well as dyskinetic movements, the presence of aberrant oral reflexes such as biting and vomiting, and alterations in intra oral sensitivity are all important detrimental factors for mechanical removal of plaque in CP children.
of children (including children with cerebral palsy) 1 1 0 2 4 4 3 1 0 4 or above 0 2 Education level Forms 1-3 2 4 Forms 4-5 1 2 Forms 6-7 2 0 College, university or above 1 0 Occupation Full-time employment 1 3 Part-time employment 1 0 Housewife 4 3 Household income (HK$) [less than or equal to] 5,000 1 1 5,001-10,000 0 4 10,001-20,000 1 1 > 20,000 4 0 Religion Yes 4 3 No / unknown 2 3 Child's data Age range (years) 8-19 9-19 Gender Male 4 5 Female 2 1 Type of disability Hemiplegia 3 1 Diplegia 0 2 Dyskinetic 2 3 Quadriplegia 1 0 Education level Primary education 3 3 Forms 1-3 2 3 Forms 4-5 1 0 School Mainstream 1 0 Special 5 6 Table 2.
The shortage of oxygen left him with dyskinetic cerebral palsy and brain damage, requiring extensive care for the rest of his life.