THE STRIOCEREBELLAR TREMOR

J. RAMSAY HUNT
1922 Archives of Neurology And Psychiatry  
All forms of tremor movement bear a certain fundamental resem-$ blance to one another, although finer differences are distinguishable. We recognize, for example, tremors which are fine or coarse, rapid or slow, rhythmical or arrhythmical. From the etiologic standpoint many varieties are described by systematic writers, and it is surprising how few disorders of the nervous system run their course without the
doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1922.02190180077008 fatcat:7h4xqdbuvrhvdh7cnxt5ygmecq