Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is defined as a neurological, iatrogenic, and hyperkinetic movement disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary, aimless choreoathetoid
movements usually involving the mouth, face, tongue, and extremities.
On Day 5, he developed some altered behaviour and rigidity more marked on the left side along with choreoathetoid
movements in limbs.
He was diagnosed with choreoathetoid
cerebral palsy in 2000.
Owen is now able to walk despite suffering with choreoathetoid
S My 10-year-old son has choreoathetoid
cerebral palsy and has recently started walking independently for short distances.
Owen, who has been a pupil at Birmingham's Foundation for Conductive Education and Sledmere Primary School, in Dudley, is now able to walk despite suffering with choreoathetoid
He is now 21-months old and was recently diagnosed with choreoathetoid
cerebral palsy (a form of cerebral palsy characterized by abnormal involuntary body movements).