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Tics and Tourette's 

Tics and Tourette's
Tics and Tourette's

David Coghill

, Sally Bonnar

, Sandra L. Duke

, Johnny Graham

, and Sarah Seth

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date: 23 September 2020

Definitions and typical presentation 192

Aetiology 193

Epidemiology 194

Assessment 195

Differential diagnosis 196

Co-morbidity 197

Management 198

Prognosis 200

Recommended reading 200

Tics are involuntary stereotypic or patterned (but non-rhythmic), non-purposeful motor movements, or vocalizations of sudden onset.

Tic disorders can be categorized as: ...

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