|Movement disorders are neurological conditions that affect the velocity, fluency, quality and ease of movement. Movement disorders include the abnormal voluntary or involuntary movements or reduced movements. Movement disorders takes place as a result of destruction or disease in an area located at the base of brain. Signs and symptoms of movement disorder changes and depend on the type and severity of the condition. Diagnosis of movement disorder includes taking a heredity history, history of symptoms and performing a preliminary physical examination and various diagnostic therapeutic test.
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