Essential Tremor: Basal Ganglia, Cerebellum & Thalamus

6/10/2022; 77 minutes

What are essential tremors? In this program, Dr. Doris Wang explains that essential tremors are rhythmic, involuntary movements of the head, voice or extremities. Common neurological diseases associated with tremors are cerebellar degeneration, Parkinson's disease, and thalamic hemorrhage. Yang discusses how tremors are diagnosed and treated. Recorded on 03/31/2022. (#37859)

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