Magnan trombone movement

Mag·nan trom·bone move·ment

(mah-nyahn'),
an involuntary forward and back movement of the tongue when it is drawn out of the mouth; may be seen in several basal ganglia disorders.

Mag·nan trom·bone move·ment

(mah-nyahn' trom-bōn' mūv'mĕnt)
An involuntary forward and back movement of the tongue when it is drawn out of the mouth; may be seen in several basal ganglia disorders.

Magnan,

Valentin Jacques Joseph, French psychiatrist, 1835-1916.
Magnan sign - paresthesia in the psychosis of cocaine addicts.
Magnan trombone movement - involuntary forward and back movement of the tongue when it is drawn out of the mouth in several basal ganglia disorders.

Mag·nan trom·bone move·ment

(mah-nyahn' trom-bōn' mūv'mĕnt)
Involuntary back-and-forth tongue motion when it is drawn out of the mouth; seen in basal ganglia disorders.