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Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Dystonia musculorum deformans
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Prolonged, generalized Dystonia is the hallmark of Dystonia musculorum deformans, which usually develops in childhood and worsens with age. Initially, it causes foot inversion, which is followed by growth retardation and scoliosis. Late signs include twisted, bizarre postures, limb contractures, and dysarthria



Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Drugs
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All three types of phenothiazines can cause Dystonia. Piperazine phenothiazines, such as acetophenazine and carphenazine, typically produce this sign; aliphatics, such as chlorpromazine, cause it less commonly; and piperidines rarely cause it


Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Alzheimer-s disease
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Dystonia is a late sign of Alzheimer-s disease, which is marked by slowly progressive dementia. The patient typically displays a decreased attention span, amnesia, agitation, an inability to carry out activities of daily living, dysarthria, and emotional lability


Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Wilson-s disease
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Progressive Dystonia and chorea of the arms and legs mark Wilson-s disease. Other common signs and symptoms include hoarseness, bradykinesia, behavior changes, dysphagia, drooling, dysarthria, tremors, and Kayser-Fleischer rings (rusty brown rings at the periphery of the cornea)


Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Hallervorden-Spatz disease
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Haller-vorden-Spatz disease is a degenerative disease that causes dystonic trunk movements accompanied by choreoathetosis, ataxia, myoclonus, and generalized rigidity. The patient also exhibits a progressive intellectual decline and dysarthria



Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Parkinson-s disease
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Dystonic spasms are common with Parkinson-s disease. Other classic features include uniform or jerky rigidity, pill-rolling tremor, bradykinesia, dysarthria, dysphagia, drooling, masklike facies, a monotone voice, a stooped posture, and a propulsive gait


Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Huntington-s disease
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Dystonic movements mark the preterminal stage of Huntington-s disease. Characterized by progressive intellectual decline, this disorder leads to dementia and emotional lability. The patient displays choreoathetosis accompanied by dysarthria, dysphagia, facial grimacing, and a widebased, prancing gait


Symptom: GAIT, PROPULSIVE (Festinating gait)Cause: Manganese poisoning
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Chronic overexposure to manganese can cause an insidious, usually permanent, propulsive gait. Typical early findings include fatigue, muscle weakness and rigidity, Dystonia, resting tremor, choreoathetoid movements, masklike facies, and personality changes. Those at risk for manganese poisoning are welders, railroad workers, miners, steelworkers, and workers who handle pesticides


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