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Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurodevelopmental motor disorder described as an inability to inhibit unwanted motor movements. This article reviews research on the execution and inhibition of voluntary motor movements in TS. Over last two decades, a number of studies have addressed the structural and functional deficits associated with this syndrome. Only a limited number of studies have assessed the motor skills in these patients but have failed to reach any conclusive outcome. In the domain ofdoi:10.4137/jen.s25095 pmid:26279630 pmcid:PMC4517831 fatcat:dolpzehsxneh5bb56npcc3htdm