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Spasmodic dysphonia is a voice disorder. It causes involuntary spasms in the muscles of the voice box or larynx.
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controls the thyroid, adrenal and reproductive glands. Radiosurgery may be employed to stop the growth that can occur from these tumors. Movement Disorders Movement disorders suitable for treatment include Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, primary or secondary dystonia, tremor from multiple sclerosis
Rehabilitation Christopher S. Formal, MD, and Guy W. Fried, MD Management of Spastic Hypertonia with Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy Michael F. Saulino, MD, PhD Chemodenervation with Botulinum Toxins and Phenol for Spasticity and Dystonias Abraham Alfaro, DO, PhD Mitigating Damage to the Cord Steven S. Yocom, DO
disorders associated with Huntington's disease can include both involuntary movements and impairments in voluntary movements: Involuntary jerking or writhing movements (chorea) Involuntary, sustained contracture of muscles (dystonia) Muscle rigidity Slow, uncoordinated fine movements Slow or abnormal eye
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