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Publication Detail
Consensus statement of the Movement Disorder Society on tremor
  • Publication Type:
    Conference
  • Authors:
    Deuschl G, Bain P, Brin M, Agid Y, Benabid L, Benecke R, Berardelli A, Brooks DJ, Elble R, Fahn S, Findley LJ, Hallett M, Jankovic J, Koller WC, Krack P, Lang AE, Lees A, Lucking CH, Marsden CD, Obeso JA, Oertel WH, Poewe W, Pollak P, Quinn N, Rothwell JC, Shibasaki H, Thompson P, Toloso E
  • Publication date:
    01/01/1998
  • Pagination:
    2, 23
  • Published proceedings:
    Movement Disorders
  • Volume:
    13
  • Issue:
    SUPPL. 3
  • Status:
    Published
  • Print ISSN:
    0885-3185
Abstract
This is a proposal of the Movement Disorder Society for a clinical classification of tremors. The classification is based on the distinction between rest, postural, simple kinetic, and intention tremor (tremor during target-directed movements). Additional data from a medical history and the results of a neurologic examination can be combined into one of the following clinical syndromes defined in this statement: enhanced physiologic tremor, classical essential tremor (ET), primary orthostatic tremor, task- and position-specific tremors, tlystonic tremor, tremor in Parkinson's disease (PD), cerebellar tremor, Holmes' tremor, palatal tremor, drug-induced and toxic tremor, tremor in peripheral neuropathies, or psychogenic tremor. Conditions such as asterixis, epilepsia partialis continua, clonus, and rhythmic myoclonus can be misinterpreted as tremor. The features distinguishing these conditions from tremor are described. Controversial issues are outlined in a comment section for each item and thus reflect the open questions that at present cannot be answered on a scientific basis. We hope that this statement provides a basis for better communication among clinicians working in the field and stimulates tremor research.
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