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- Essential tremor is a postural tremor that is accentuated by voluntary movement.
- Essential tremor is one of the most common movement disorders.
- Essential tremor is a common condition that may be hereditary.
- Essential tremor is a common and generally undermined movement disorder.
- Essential tremor is the most common form of all movement disorders.
- Class IV. Koller WC. Propranolol therapy for essential tremor of the head.
- A randomized placebo-controlled comparative trial of gabapentin and propranolol in essential tremor.
- For patients with severe, disabling, medication-refractory essential tremor, surgery is a reasonable treatment option.
- Louis ED, Ottman R, Hauser WA. How common is the most common adult movement disorder: estimates of the prevalence of essential tremor throughout the world.
- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved DBS as a treatment for essential tremor in 1997, for Parkinson's disease in 2002, and dystonia in 2003.
- The effect of nimodipine on essential tremor.
- The gait disorder of advanced essential tremor.
- Botulinum toxin treatment for spasticity and essential tremor.
- Olanzapine efficacy in the treatment of essential tremor.
- Essential tremor: clinical correlates in 350 patients.
- Elble RJ. 2002. Essential tremor is a monosymptomatic disorder.
- Moody C, Elble RJ, Higgins C. 1986. Voluntary ballistic movements are time-locked to essential tremor.
- Elble RJ. 1995. The role of aging in the clinical expression of essential tremor.
- Elble RJ. 1997. Mild essential tremor in ostensibly normal older people.
- Elble RJ. Quantitative analysis of essential tremor in posture and handwriting.
- Essential tremor may be treated with beta blockers (such as propranolol and nadolol) or primidone, an anticonvulsant.
- In our experience, propranolol and primidone are equally effective in the treatment of essential tremor.
- Propranolol (Inderal) is the only drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the management of essential tremor.
- Topiramate in essential tremor: pooled data from a double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial.
- Metoprolol and propranolol in essential tremor: a double-blind, controlled study.
- Comparison of thalamotomy to deep brain stimulation of the thalamus in essential tremor.
- Bilateral thalamic stimulation for the treatment of essential tremor.
- Unilateral thalamic deep brain stimulation for refractory essential tremor and Parkinsons disease tremor.
- Essential tremor is as much as 20 times more prevalent than Parkinson disease.
- Double-blind controlled trial of gabapentin in essential tremor.
- Keller WC: Long-acting propranolol in essential tremor.
- Phenobarbital and propranolol in essential tremor: a double-blind controlled clinical trial.
- Louis ED, Pullman S. 2001. Comparison of clinical and electrophysiological methods of diagnosing essential tremor.
- Background: Essential tremor (ET) is one of the most common tremor disorders in adults and is characterized by kinetic and postural tremor.
- Most people with ET have essential tremor affecting their hands or head.
- Functional outcomes after gamma knife thalamotomy for essential tremor and MS-related tremor.
- Emergence of complex, involuntary movements after gamma knife radiosurgery for essential tremor.
- Higgins JJ, Loveless JM, Jankovic J, Patel P. Evidence that a gene for essential tremor maps to chromosome 2p in four families.
- Ventralis InterMedius ( Vim) DBS has virtually replaced Thalamotomy in the routine clinical treatment of Essential Tremor.
- Stereotactic thalamotomy in the treatment of essential tremor of the upper extremity: reassessment including a blinded measure of outcome.
- Thalamotomy is used for essential tremor and tremor associated with Parkinson's disease.
- Mov Disord 1998 May;13(3):465-7 Double -blind controlled trial of gabapentin in essential tremor.
- Beta-adrenoreceptor mechanisms in essential tremor; a double-blind placebo controlled trial of metoprolol, sotalol and atenolol.
- There is nothing in Hitler-s family history to suggest essential tremor, a condition in which head tremor is common.
- The carbonic anhydrase inhibitors acetazolamide and methazolamide are effective in some patients with essential tremor, particularly those with head tremor.
- A double-blind trial of clonazepam in benign essential tremor.
- A double-blind trial of isoniazid for essential tremor and other action tremors.
- A pilot, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of pregabalin (Lyrica) in the treatment of essential tremor.
- Gabapentin for essential tremor: a multiple-dose, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
- Topiramate in essential tremor: a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
- The effect of acetazolamide on essential tremor: an open-label trial.
- Class I. Connor GS. A double-blind placebo-controlled trial of topiramate treatment for essential tremor.
- New alternative agents in essential tremor therapy: double-blind placebo-controlled study of alprazolam and acetazolamide.
- Treatment of essential tremor usually begins with primidone or propranolol monotherapy.
- Essential tremor usually effects the head, neck, voice and upper extremities.
- People with essential tremor will usually have shaking head and hands, but the tremor may involve other parts of the body.
- Ninety consecutive patients with essential tremor were assessed with the Beck Depression Inventory, Tremor Rating Scale, and PDQ-39 quality of life scale.
- Essential tremor is defined as the presence of postural and kinetic tremor.
- The pattern of dystonic tremor may differ from essential tremor.
- Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the cerebellum in essential tremor: a controlled study.
- Resetting of essential tremor and postural tremor in Parkinson's Disease with transcranial magnetic stimulation.
- A study of hereditary essential tremor.
- Unilateral thalamic deep brain stimulation for refractory essential tremor and Parkinson's disease tremor.
- DBS is also used to treat Essential Tremor.
- Benito-León J, Louis ED. Essential tremor: emerging views of a common disorder.
- Essential tremor is a common movement disorder that slowly progresses with age.
- Essential tremor is a common movement disorder that affects between 5 and 10 million persons in the United States.
- Observation, stress, anxiety, fatigue, and certain drugs exacerbate essential tremor.
- Winkler GF, Young RR. The control of essential tremor by propranolol.
- Personality in essential tremor: further evidence of non-motor manifestations of the disease.
- If an essential tremor occurs in more than one member of a family, it is called a familial tremor.
- Clinical characteristics may be similar to those seen in patients with essential tremor.
- Alcohol withdrawal tremor is similar to essential tremor on examination but with subtle differences.
- Cognitive functioning in individuals with "benign" essential tremor.
- The procedure also treats essential tremor, a neurological movement disorder.
- The procedure is also used to treat essential tremor, a common neurological movement disorder.
- Essential tremor often runs in families and is sometimes called familial tremor.
- If it is severe, essential tremor can mildly interfere with activities, especially fine motor skills such as writing.
- Variant in the sequence of the LINGO1 gene confers risk of essential tremor.
- Essential tremor may be inherited.
- In most cases, essential tremor runs in families.
- Position Name Description At rest Resting tremors Tremors that are worse at rest include Parkinsonian syndromes and essential tremor if severe.
- Essential tremor is worsened by the same factors that enhance physiologic tremor.
- The mechanism by which alcohol decreases an essential tremor is unknown.
- The cause of essential tremor is unknown, although it does run in some families.
- Essential tremor is not the same as Parkinson Disease, and usually does not lead to it, although in some cases the two conditions may overlap in one person.
- Three times more prevalent than Parkinson's disease, essential tremor involves uncontrollable shaking of the hands, arms, head or voice.
- Essential tremor is bilateral and the hands are almost always affected, along with the face, head or trunk.
- He, however, added that that did not mean that people with essential tremor have an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
- Many people have what is called "essential tremor," in which the tremor is the only symptom.
- To find out if octanoic acid can improve hand tremor in people with essential tremor.
- Essential tremor is the most common form of abnormal tremor.
- People with essential tremor were more than two times more likely to develop dementia than people who did not have the movement disorder.
- Population-based case-control study of cognitive function in essential tremor.
- Louis, E. D., & Rios, E. (2009). Embarrassment in essential tremor: Prevalence, clinical correlates and therapeutic implications.
- Estimates of the prevalence of essential tremor throughout the world.
- Parkinson's Disease
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- Glossaries > Glossary of Neurology /
* Brain Stimulation
* Daily Activities
* Differential Diagnosis
* Neurological Disorder
* Parkinsonian Tremor
* Population-Based Study
* Several Different Types
* Thalamic Stimulation
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