Primary orthostatic tremor: further observations in six cases

@article{Britton1992PrimaryOT,
  title={Primary orthostatic tremor: further observations in six cases},
  author={Thomas C. Britton and Philip Douglas Thompson and W. van der Kamp and John C. Rothwell and B. L. Day and Leslie J. Findley and C. David Marsden},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1992},
  volume={239},
  pages={209-217}
}
The clinical and physiological features of six new patients with primary orthostatic tremor are described. We suggest that use of the term primary orthostatic tremor be confined to the clinical syndrome in which unsteadiness when standing is the predominant complaint and accompanied by characteristic electrophysiological findings of a rapid (frequency around 16 Hz), regular leg tremor which is not influenced by peripheral feedback, is synchronous between homologous leg muscles, and in certain… CONTINUE READING

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