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What is Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive?

What is Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive?

  • Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: An inherited movement disorder where the muscles contract and contort uncontrollably due to neurological dysfunction. Muscle contractures start in the hands and feet and spread quickly to the trunk and extremities. Progression tends to slow down during adulthood.

Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: Introduction

Types of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive:

Broader types of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive:

What causes Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive?

Causes of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: see causes of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive

What are the symptoms of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive?

Symptoms of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: see symptoms of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive

Onset of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: childhood or adolescence

Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: Medical Geneticist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive.
Treatments for Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: see treatments for Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive

Name of Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive

Main name of condition: Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive

Torsion dystonia, autosomal recessive: Related Conditions

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