Nitrogen wastes that accumulate in the bodies of dialysis patients may impair this part of the brain, causing interruptions in breathing and involuntary muscle
movements, he speculates.
The Company's contribution will provide up to four one-year fellowship grants, at $75,000 each, to address current challenges for physicians in the evaluation and treatment of dystonia - a neurological movement disorder that causes involuntary muscle
muscle rigidity, tremors, or involuntary muscle
movements) than has been reported for any other PDE10 inhibitor in development.
The symptoms of OMS include rapid, involuntary eye movements, involuntary muscle
twitches, impaired speech, lethargy and irritability.
Neuronal death is key to the development of Huntington's symptoms-including erratic behavior, memory loss and involuntary muscle
Symptoms of the movement disorder include involuntary muscle
tremors and an inability to move.
She was readmitted into hospital in November 2001 and it was then she was diagnosed with dystonia, a J neurological disorder involving involuntary muscle
spasm leading to abnormal movements and postures.
Dystonia is characterized by involuntary muscle
contractions, which force certain parts of the body into sudden and sometimes permanent abnormal movements or postures.
Botox is successfully used to treat conditions such as spasm of the neck, cross eyes and cervical dystonia, a condition that causes involuntary muscle
spasms or contractions.
Tempell says the results also suggest that writer's cramp is a form of focal dystonia, a brain disorder characterized by involuntary muscle
Symptoms of PKAN vary greatly but may include dystonia, muscular rigidity, and sudden involuntary muscle
Dystonia is a debilitating neurological movement disorder that causes involuntary muscle
contractions and twisting and repetitive movements.