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Positive myoclonus

Positive myoclonus: Related Topics

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Positive myoclonus as a Disease

Positive myoclonus: Type of or association with medical condition Myoclonus.
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Positive myoclonus: Related Diseases

Positive myoclonus: Positive myoclonus is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Positive myoclonus as a subtype of Myoclonus

Myoclonus (medical condition): Sudden involuntary muscle twitching or movement.

Myoclonus (medical condition): Everyone has muscle twitches, such as hiccups or sleep starts, but clinical myoclonus is more severe.

Myoclonus: Myoclonus is a term that refers to brief, involuntary twitching of a muscle or a group of muscles. It... (Source: excerpt from NINDS Myoclonus Information Page: NINDS)

Myoclonus describes a symptom and generally is not a diagnosis of a disease. It refers to sudden, involuntary jerking of a muscle or group of... (Source: excerpt from Myoclonus Fact Sheet: NINDS)

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