Asked in Insomnia
Is there a connection between cervical dystonia and insomnia which isn't related to neck movement?
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Asked in Medication and Drugs, Seroquel, Antipsychotics
Can Seroquel treat movement disorders such as Oromandibular Dystonia?
Seroquel can actually CAUSE this type of dystonia, as is the case with many antipsychotics. ...
Asked in Health
Can you use l-dopa for dystonia?
My Movement Disorder Specialist Neurologist gave me a script for it, but because of Ocular Hypertension I did not take it. I have a rare form of Dystonia, the DYT12 Gene type. I would also be afriad of my Dystonia getting worse, I have Oromandibular Dystonia pretty bad also. ...
Asked in Vertebrates
What movement is most likely to occur in the cervical vertebral column?
how migth bifid spinous process of cervical vertebrae affect anterior-posterior movement in the cervical region of the vertebrae column ...
Asked in Medical Terminology, Muscular System
What is the medical term meaning difficulty in controlling voluntary movement?
Dyskenesia is involuntary The correct answer is dystonia dystaxia dystaxia ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Down Syndrome, Heart
What is Marsden Syndrome?
synonyms-Dystonia, familial, with visual failure and striatal lucencies, Leber optic atrophy and dystonia, LDYT Dystonia-a neurological movement disorder in which sustained muscle contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures. The disorder may be inherited or caused by other factors such as birth-related or other physical trauma, infection or reaction to drugs. ...
Asked in Definitions, Synonyms and Antonyms
Which word is not related in meaning transit locomotion movement connection?
Connection is the least related. The other three all imply movement.
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What is cervical spondylosis with paracentral disk protrusion?
Cervical spondylosis with paracentral disk protrusion is a condition of the spine and or neck. This condition can cause pain and trouble with movement. ...
Asked in Ku Klux Klan
What is the ku klux klan connection to the civil rights movement?
It opposed the movement.
Asked in Stress, Conditions and Diseases, Symptoms
What symptoms can disruptions in portions of the basal ganglia cause?
Disruptions in other portions of the basal ganglia are thought to cause tics, tremors , dystonia, and a variety of other movement disorders ...
Asked in History of the United States
Why does the theme of movement have such a strong connection to history in the United states?
The theme of Movement have such a strong connection in the United states because it helps us see a big picture in the world. ...
Asked in Skeletal System
What is the name of the bones that make up the neck?
The bones in the neck are called the cervical vertebrae. The first cervical vertebrae, C1, is called the atlas because it holds up the weight of the head. The second cervical vertebrae, C2, is called the axis because it allows side-to-side movement. ...
Asked in Skeletal System
Why is the atlas and the axis different from the other cervical vertebra's?
The Atlas is designed to allow a nodding movement, whilst the axis below it has the odontoid peg on it to allow shaking, or rotational movement of the skull. ...
Asked in Plate Tectonics
Do tsunamis have a connection to the movement of the earths plates?
yes, it does have connection of the earths plates because when two plates go together it burst water under the ocean ...
Asked in Health
What is the function of a cervical verbrae?
Cervical vertebrae consists of 7 vertebra which runs from the base of the cranium down the neck. Basically its functions are to protect the spinal cord and to hold the head upright neatly on the shoulders otherwise the head would loll around with every movement of the body ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases
What is the treatment for cervical disk disease?
Treatment usually involves physical therapy, several weeks of drug therapy with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and limited use of a cervical collar (to reduce neck movement). Neck traction and heat treatments may also be recommended. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is the common name of the second cervical vertebrae How is its name related to its function?
The second cervical vertebrae is commonly known as the Axis, It forms the pivot upon which C1 rotates. The movement of shaking or rotating the head left and right happens almost entirely at the joint between the atlas(C1) and the axis(C2). ...