Action Tremor

Action Tremors

Coarse Tremor

Coarse Tremors

Continuous Tremor

Continuous Tremors

Darkness Tremor

Darkness Tremors

Fine Tremor

Fine Tremors

Intention Tremor

Intention Tremors

Intermittent Tremor

Intermittent Tremors

Involuntary Quiver

Involuntary Quivers

Limb Tremor

Limb Tremors

Massive Tremor

Massive Tremors

Muscle Tremor

Muscle Tremors

Neonatal Tremor

Neonatal Tremors

Nerve Tremor

Nerve Tremors

Passive Tremor

Passive Tremors

Perioral Tremor

Perioral Tremors

Persistent Tremor

Persistent Tremors

Pill Rolling Tremor

Pill Rolling Tremors

Quiver, Involuntary

Quivers, Involuntary

Rest Tremor

Rest Tremors

Resting Tremor

Resting Tremors

Rolling Tremor, Pill

Rolling Tremors, Pill

Saturnine Tremor

Saturnine Tremors

Semirhythmic Tremor

Semirhythmic Tremors

Senile Tremor

Senile Tremors

Static Tremor

Static Tremors

Tremor, Action

Tremor, Coarse

Tremor, Continuous

Tremor, Darkness

Tremor, Fine

Tremor, Intention

Tremor, Intermittent

Tremor, Limb

Tremor, Massive

Tremor, Muscle

Tremor, Neonatal

Tremor, Nerve

Tremor, Passive

Tremor, Perioral

Tremor, Persistent

Tremor, Pill Rolling

Tremor, Rest

Tremor, Resting

Tremor, Saturnine

Tremor, Semirhythmic

Tremor, Senile

Tremor, Static


Tremors, Action

Tremors, Coarse

Tremors, Continuous

Tremors, Darkness

Tremors, Fine

Tremors, Intention

Tremors, Intermittent

Tremors, Limb

Tremors, Massive

Tremors, Muscle

Tremors, Neonatal

Tremors, Nerve

Tremors, Passive

Tremors, Perioral

Tremors, Persistent

Tremors, Pill Rolling

Tremors, Rest

Tremors, Resting

Tremors, Saturnine

Tremors, Semirhythmic

Tremors, Senile

Tremors, Static

Cyclical movement of a body part that can represent either a physiologic process or a manifestation of disease. Intention or action tremor, a common manifestation of CEREBELLAR DISEASES, is aggravated by movement. In contrast, resting tremor is maximal when there is no attempt at voluntary movement, and occurs as a relatively frequent manifestation of PARKINSON DISEASE.