persistent tremor

per·sis·tent trem·or

a tremor that is constant, whether the subject is at rest or moving.
Synonym(s): continuous tremor
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As the pope, who is 76, continues his recovery from an appendectomy performed on Tuesday, attention has again turned to his slow, shuffling step and the persistent tremor in his left hand.
If someone has persistent tremors, it's best to see a neurologist, preferably one who is a movement disorders specialist," she advises.
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