Results 1 - 9 of 9 for myoclonus
  1. Palatal myoclonus is a fast spasm (contraction) of the muscles in the roof of the mouth. ... Palatal myoclonus is most often due to damage (lesions) on brain nerve pathways. Stroke is the most common cause. ...
  2. ... movements (chorea, athetosis, or dystonia) Sudden jerking movements (myoclonus, ballismus) Uncontrollable repetitive movements (asterixis or tremor)
  3. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a nervous system problem that causes you to feel an unstoppable urge to get up and pace or walk. You ...
  4. ... clonic seizures (grand mal seizures), twitches or jerks ( myoclonus ), or sudden loss of muscle strength (atonic seizures).
  5. ... anxiety , attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ), uncontrollable movement ( myoclonus ), obsessive-compulsive disorder , and epilepsy may need to ...
  6. ... movements or leg and feet movements (called opsoclonus-myoclonus syndrome, or "dancing eyes and dancing feet")
  7. ... Difficulty walking Impaired intellectual function Jaundice Muscle spasm (myoclonus) Rigidity Shaking of arms, head (tremor) Twitching Uncontrolled ...
  8. ... abnormal movements, such as twitching or jerking, called myoclonus. Seizures may sometimes occur, and may be continuous ( ...
  9. ... changes, such as confusion or hypomania Muscle spasms (myoclonus) Overactive reflexes ( hyperreflexia ) Shivering Tremor Uncoordinated movements (ataxia) SS ...