transient tic disorder

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transient tic disorder

Simple tic Neurology A childhood disorder characterized by single or multiple motor tics–face, arms, legs, or other areas, often occurring 1+/day for 4 wks, which is either organic or psychogenic; TTD worsens with emotional stress and is absent while sleeping; tics may
be precipitated in predisposed children with ADHD when given methylphenidate–Ritalin. See ADD.
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There is no other family history of neurodevelopmental disorders, including no obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), Tourette's disorder, or other chronic tic disorders.
When the patients were questioned in terms of accompanying disorders and familial characteristics, two patients were codiagnosed with ADHD and anxiety disorder as expected and three patients had a familial history of tic disorder.
Even though there has not been any definitive link in the literature between gluten-sensivity and motor tic disorder; it was the approach we took to address this 6 year old's chief complaint of motor tic disorder.
A putative poststreptococcal case of OCD with chronic tic disorder, not otherwise specified.
Tourette's syndrome in Taiwan: an epidemiological study of tic disorders in an elementary school at Taipei County.
She also uses it for sleep in patients who exhibit hyperactivity, impulsivity, or for comorbid ADHD with tic disorders.
Also, I saw a letter from a doctor telling us that she has a tic disorder, autism, and mental disabilities.
Keywords: tic disorder, habit disorders, habit reversal, holistic behavioural restructuring, antagonistic muscle actions
Elevated D8/17 expression on B lymphocytes, a marker of rheumatic fever, measured with flow cytometry in tic disorder patients.