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Results 1 - 10 of 10 for Tetrabenazine
  1. Tetrabenazine is used to treat chorea (sudden movements that you cannot control) caused by Huntington's disease (an ... progressive breakdown of nerve cells in the brain). Tetrabenazine is in a class of medications called vesicular ...
  2. ... loss medicine (tiratricol) Too much thyroid medicine (levothyroxine) Tetrabenazine, a medicine to treat excessive movement disorder
  3. ... behaviors and movements. Drugs such as amantadine and tetrabenazine are used to try to control extra movements. ...
  4. ... medicines may be tried. A dopamine-depleting medicine, tetrabenazine is most effective treatment for TD. Valbenazine is ...
  5. ... and affect the person's life, medicines such as tetrabenazine may help control them. Excitement or fatigue can ...
  6. Tourette Syndrome: A Not-So-Frightening Diagnosis (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    Movement Disorders/Children ... Movement Disorders ... Tourette Syndrome/Children ... Tourette Syndrome ... American Academy of Pediatrics
  7. Schizophrenia/Related Issues ... Schizophrenia ... Mental Disorders/Related Issues ... Mental Disorders ... NAMI
  8. Huntington's Disease From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    Huntington's Disease/Start Here ... Huntington's Disease ... National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke ... From the National Institutes of Health ... Huntington’s ...
  9. Paroxysmal Dystonia & Dyskinesias (Dystonia Medical Research Foundation)  
    Movement Disorders/Specifics ... Movement Disorders ... Dystonia Medical Research Foundation ... Paroxysmal Dystonia & Dyskinesias are episodic movement disorders in which ...
  10. ... Risperdal); sedatives; selegiline (Emsam, Eldepryl, Zelapar); sleeping pills; tetrabenazine (Xenazine); and tranquilizers. Your doctor may need to ...