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Tremor syndrome

Tremor syndrome, also known as tremor, flutter and tremor, is a disease syndrome with shaking and trembling of head or limbs as the main clinical manifestation. The light ones only shake their heads or slightly tremble their hands and feet, while the heavy ones shake their heads greatly, and even have spasm and torsion like movements. Their hands and upper and lower limbs vibrate continuously, or both have strong neck and tight limbs. Involuntary movement caused by some extravertebral diseases of Western medicine, such as tremor paralysis, chorea, hand foot bradykinesia, etc.

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