Bradykinetic movement disorders in children
- Joseph Jankovic, MD
Joseph Jankovic, MD
- Professor of Neurology
- Baylor College of Medicine
- Section Editors
- Marc C Patterson, MD, FRACP
Marc C Patterson, MD, FRACP
- Section Editor — Pediatric Neurology
- Professor of Neurology, Pediatrics, and Medical Genetics
- Chair, Division of Child and Adolescent Neurology
- Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
- Helen V Firth, DM, FRCP, DCH
Helen V Firth, DM, FRCP, DCH
- Section Editor — Genetics
- Consultant Clinical Geneticist
- Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK
Movement disorders are characterized by either reduced (bradykinetic) or excessive (hyperkinetic) activity. Bradykinetic movement disorders frequently are accompanied by rigidity, postural instability, and loss of automatic associated movements. Diagnosis of the specific condition depends primarily upon careful observation of the clinical features .
Bradykinetic disorders are reviewed here. Many such disorders, mostly rare, exist and only four are discussed here:
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