10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TITUBATION»
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Pediatric Neurology: A Case-based Review
Discussion Spasmus nutans (nodding spasms) is characterized by the clinical
triad of nystagmus, titubation, and head tilt (torticollis). All three classic symptoms
are not always present. It is an uncommon disorder, affecting approximately 3 in ...
Practical Management of the Dizzy Patient
Also known as an active or kinetic tremor, an intention tremor is not present at
rest but becomes evident on purposeful movement.'> Nystagmus A to and fro
movement of the eye. Titubation A rhythmic tremor of the body or head,
Neuroanatomy and the Neurologic Exam: A Thesaurus of ...
corresponded to the locomotor disturbance described by Duchenne as titubation"
(p. 477).' No further details were given. Historically, then, the term "titubation" has
apparently been used to describe a staggering gait, perhaps a particular one ...
Terence R. Anthoney, 1993
The Cerebellum and Its Disorders
Titubation may occur in conjunction with or without tremor elsewhere in the body.
The pathophysiological basis of titubation is not clear. Conceivably, titubation
represents a type of postural tremor that predominantly affects neck and upper ...
Mario-Ubaldo Manto, Massimo Pandolfo, 2002
Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders
... and/or head depending on postural innervation. During movement, the
amplitude usually increases and its victims are severely incapacitated (149). The
most common causes for intention tremor and titubation are multiple sclerosis,
Joseph Jankovic, Eduardo Tolosa, 2007
Guide to the Primary Care of Neurological Disorders
This type of tremor is often observed in young patients as a manifestation of
multiple sclerosis and in the elderly as the result of a stroke. Finally, titubation
describes a tremor of the head and neck that causes head bobbing and is similar
to the ...
Update on Strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology Proceedings ...
Strabismus was the first sign in 24%, 15% initially presented with head titubation,
9% had two or more signs appear simultaneously, and only 3% presented with
torticollis as the first sign of spasmus nutans. Forty-two percent of the children ...
Gunnar Lennerstrand, Shinobu Awaya, 1995
Clinical Management of Sensorimotor Speech Disorders
Tremor, Titubation, and Myoclonus Both static and kinetic limb tremors are
common in cerebellar disease, and are greater in proximal musculature (
Dichgans & Diener, 1984). Both types of tremor manifest at frequencies of 3 to 5
Hz (Jankovic ...
Marsden's Book of Movement Disorders
Titubation This refers to rhythmic oscillation of the head and sometimes of the
trunk at around 2–3 Hz. At its mildest there may be only a barely perceptible to-
and-fro oscillation of the head. At its worst the whole body may shake. Titubation
Susanne Schneider, Kailash Bhatia, 2012
Dynamics; or, an Elementary Treatise on Motion ... to which ...
A body, terminated at its lower ea-tremity in a curve surface, rests on another
curve surface in a position of stable equilibrium, and is slightly disturbed; to find
the time of titubation. The time of titubation is the time of making a small
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TITUBATION»
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Alice au pays des merveilles du genre
La titubation et les contorsions, naturellement, pour commencer, ensuite les différentes branches de l'arithmétique. L'ambition, la distraction, la laidification, et la ... «AgoraVox, Feb 14»
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Ces états du texte sont liés à un certain nombre de figures du doute et de la titubation, instants de flottement sémantique et syntaxique, que le texte met en place ... «La Revue des Ressources, Feb 09»