Tremor is the most common movement disorder encountered in clinical practice.1-3 It is defined as an involuntary, rhythmic and oscillatory movement of a body part. Tremors tend to be relatively constant in frequency but variable in amplitude,1 which may happen due to exaggeration of the physiological tremor or due to a tremor disorder. If significant enough, it may lead to medical presentation.
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