Tremor as a feature of chronic relapsing and dysgammaglobulinemic polyneuropathies. Incidence and management.

@article{Dalakas1984TremorAA,
  title={Tremor as a feature of chronic relapsing and dysgammaglobulinemic polyneuropathies. Incidence and management.},
  author={MarinosC. Dalakas and Helena Ter{\"a}v{\"a}inen and W. King Engel},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1984},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={
          711-4
        }
}
Seven patients with chronic relapsing polyneuropathy and four patients with dysgammaglobulinemic polyneuropathy had tremor during the course of their illness. The tremor was coarse, irregular, and unrelated to proprioception loss, muscle weakness, or fatigue; it appeared to represent disease activity or an early sign of a new relapse. None of these patients had clinical signs of CNS disease or family history of essential tremor. The tremor in all seven patients with relapsing neuropathy and in… CONTINUE READING
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