Symptomatic and essential palatal tremor. 1. Clinical, physiological and MRI analysis.

@article{Deuschl1994SymptomaticAE,
  title={Symptomatic and essential palatal tremor. 1. Clinical, physiological and MRI analysis.},
  author={Guenther Deuschl and Carla Toro and Josep Valls-Sol{\'e} and Thomas A. Zeffiro and D. S. Zee and Mark Hallett},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={1994},
  volume={117 ( Pt 4)},
  pages={775-88}
}
Palatal tremor (brief, rhythmic involuntary movements of the soft palate) apparently comprises two different nosological entities: essential palatal tremor (EPT) and symptomatic palatal tremor (SPT). The site of the abnormality in EPT is unknown, whereas SPT is believed to arise from a lesion of the brainstem or cerebellum (within the Guillain-Mollaret… CONTINUE READING