The long-term outcome of orthostatic tremor.

  title={The long-term outcome of orthostatic tremor.},
  author={Christos Ganos and Lucie Maugest and Emmanuelle Apartis and Carmen Gasca-Salas and Mar{\'i}a Teresa C{\'a}ceres-Redondo and Roberto Erro and Irene Navalpotro-G{\'o}mez and Amit Batla and Elena Antelmi and Bertrand Degos and Emmanuel Roze and Marie-Laure Welter and Tiago A. Mestre and Francisco J Palomar and Reina Isayama and Robert Chen and Carla Cordivari and Pablo Mir and Anthony E Lang and Susan H. Fox and Kailash P Bhatia and Marie Vidailhet},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  volume={87 2},
OBJECTIVES Orthostatic tremor is a rare condition characterised by high-frequency tremor that appears on standing. Although the essential clinical features of orthostatic tremor are well established, little is known about the natural progression of the disorder. We report the long-term outcome based on the largest multicentre cohort of patients with orthostatic tremor. METHODS Clinical information of 68 patients with clinical and electrophysiological diagnosis of orthostatic tremor and a… CONTINUE READING
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