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Reciprocal inhibition in forearm muscles in patients with essential tremor.

Reciprocal inhibition of the H-reflex in the forearm flexor muscles was studied in 11 patients with essential tremor and in 10 normal controls. Whereas patients and controls had a similar first, disynaptic phase of reciprocal inhibition, patients had a significantly reduced second phase. Patients with more severe functional impairment had more pronounced abnormalities of reciprocal inhibition. Abnormalities of reciprocal inhibition may play a role in the pathophysiology of essential tremor and probably arise from defective suprasegmental control.[1]

References

  1. Reciprocal inhibition in forearm muscles in patients with essential tremor. Mercuri, B., Berardelli, A., Modugno, N., Vacca, L., Ruggieri, S., Manfredi, M. Muscle Nerve (1998) [Pubmed]
 
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