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Looking at Abnormal Movement: A Neurological Language Lesson for Pediatricians

Pediatric neurologist Jenn Tu, MD, PhD, breaks down movement types in this guide to determining whether a patient needs referral and how to sum up observations in meaningful ways. With video examples to illustrate, she clarifies tics, tremors and other commonly seen motions; provides a straightforward vocabulary; and clarifies when something that looks alarming is actually cause for concern.

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April 22, 2021

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UCSF MedConnection

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Jennifer Martelle Tu, MD, PhD

Jennifer Martelle Tu, MD, PhD

Pediatric Neurologist
Assistant Professor, Neurology

 Dr. Jennifer Martelle Tu is a pediatric neurologist who cares for children with a wide variety of neurological disorders, including epilepsy, migraine, developmental delay and neuropathy (conditions resulting from damage to nerves, with ...

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