20) They may present with stereotypies involving finger movements or repeated rubbing of mouth or face, orofacial dyskinesia, and choreoathetoid
movements reminiscent of classical neurologic disorders.
Background: Paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia (PKD) is a rare movement disorder characterized by recurrent dystonic or choreoathetoid
attacks triggered by sudden voluntary movements.
Patient with choreoathetoid
cerebral palsy: post therapeutic intervention.
Case 1: A 41-year-old gentleman who was detected to be HRV positive 3 months back with complaints of tiredness since 1 month, personality changes, confusion, memory loss, weakness of bilateral upper and lower extremities, and choreoathetoid
movements of left hand with fine tremors.
On September 4, he was transferred to a rehabilitation facility where he experienced some additional improvement, but continued to have expressive aphasia and choreoathetoid
movements of the face, trunk, and extremities.
Regarding the extrapyramidal side effects, tricyclic antidepressants are often listed among the many drugs that can produce buccofaciolingual or choreoathetoid
Approximately half of the affected infants exhibit abnormal movements, including tremor, myoclonus, and choreoathetoid
1 patient presented with choreoathetoid
There are different types of cerebral palsy based on symptoms - spastic, hypotonic, choreoathetoid
, and mixed types.
On Day 5, he developed some altered behaviour and rigidity more marked on the left side along with choreoathetoid
movements in limbs.
She also reported mild involuntary choreoathetoid
movements of the upper extremities and difficulty walking during the past 6 months.
He was diagnosed with choreoathetoid
cerebral palsy in 2000.