- 1 Smoothing out the Ups and Downs
- 2 “He Wants It All the Time, Doctor”
- 3 Becoming a Little Forgetful
- 4 Beyond Tremor, Slowness, and Stiffness
- 5 Is Now the Time … ?
- 6 When Less Is More
- 7 “Are My Children at Risk, Doctor?”
- 8 “I Am Not Sure If I Should Do DaT”
- 9 Parkinson’s Disease with an Unusual Tremor
- 10 Falling All the Time
- 11 “My Arm Is Not Working”
- 12 “I See Them Sitting on My Bed, Doctor”
- 13 A New Loss of Order
- 14 Falls
- 15 Siblings with Instability
- 16 Parkinson’s Disease or Essential Tremor?
- 17 Seizures and Shakes
- 18 A Tremor with an Abnormal Posture
- 19 Advanced Treatment for Dystonia
- 20 Twists and Turns
- 21 Delayed and Often Persistent
- 22 The Stand-Alone Tremor
- 23 “She Is So Fidgety”
- 24 “I Have Never Seen Anything Like It Before”
- 25 Slow with an Altered Sensorium
- 26 “It Has to Be Functional!”
- 27 Could It Possibly Be … ?
- 28 A Rapidly Progressive Movement Disorder
- 29 Wakeful Unresponsiveness
- 30 An Iatrogenic Catatonia
- 31 Always Worth a Second Look
(p. 203) A Rapidly Progressive Movement Disorder
- (p. 203) A Rapidly Progressive Movement Disorder
Susan H. Fox
and Marina Picillo
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