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Isolated site-specific or task-specific tremors 

Isolated site-specific or task-specific tremors
Isolated site-specific or task-specific tremors

Ivan Donaldson

, C. David Marsden

, Susanne A. Schneider

, and Kailash P. Bhatia

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date: 05 July 2022

Isolated tremor can occur during a particular motor act or task (writing, typing, talking, standing, playing a musical instrument, wielding a tool or an item of sporting equipment) or affect a particular body part (isolated head tremor, chin and/or jaw tremor, tongue tremor, trunk tremor, leg tremor). These may be classified as task-specific tremors or site-specific tremors.

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