Tourette syndrome is also called Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome
Ziprasidone is used to treat Tourette syndrome
Tourette Syndrome Association was created in 1972.
Tourette's Syndrome is a heriditary disease, not a contagious one.
The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada is in Toronto, Ontario
Tourette's syndrome is a genetic disorder and cannot be spread through the environment.
The National Tourette Syndrome Association is in Bayside, New York
Tourette syndrome is a physical factor which causes muscle tissues to twitch. Tourette was a subject of recent film about a child with syndrome. The film was named "I Have Tourette's but Tourette's Doesn't Have Me". It was release in 2005.
The exact cause of Tourette syndrome is currently unknown, but it is well established that both genetic and environmental factors are involved. Genetic epidemiology studies have shown that the overwhelming majority of cases of Tourette syndrome are inherited, although the exact mode of inheritance is not yet known and no gene has been identified. It seems unlikely that only a single gene controls Tourette syndrome, most likely it is the result of some suite of interacting genes.
Tourette Syndrome is a neurological disorder that can cause behaviorial outbursts and has no permanent cure and no Mozart did not have Tourette Syndrome he had ADHD.
Tourette syndrome occurs worldwide, in people of all racial and ethnic groups