dystonic tic

dystonic tic

Complex tic Neurology A distinct, coordinated pattern of sequential movements, which appear purposeful–eg, touching the nose, touching other people, smelling objects, jumping, copropraxia, and echopraxia, See Tic.
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Specifically, Gpi-DBS was effective for rapid and transient motor tics (clonic tics), phonic tics, and slow and sustained movements (dystonic tics).