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NR 511 / NR511 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE. QUESTIONS WITH WELL EXPLAINED ANSWERS.

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Differentiate between resting, postural and intention tremors and describe each: Resting tremor occurs when a body is at complete rest against gravity or sitting still with arms resting in the lap. T... he most common conditions that are associated with resting tremor are Parkinson's disease and medication tremors. The resting tremor associated with PD is often asymmetric involving the upper extremities. It can also involve the lower extremities or the tongue Postural tremor can be seen when the patient is asked to extend their arms in front on them. The most common type would be essential tremor. This is the most common form of all movement disorders. This tremor is seen in the hands, and at times the head, and there are cases where the voice may be involved. The tremor is bilateral and generally symmetric. There is often a positive family history of similar tremor and drinking alcohol often reduces it. [Show More]

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