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Stereotypic Movement Disorder

Stereotypic movement disorder is characterized by repeated, rhythmic, purposeless movements or activities such as head banging, nail biting, or body rocking.

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  PsychNet-UK Stereotypic Movement Disorder - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc. No Video Available
  Childhood Habit Behaviors and Stereotypic Movement Disorder - The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV), formerly used the term stereotypy/habit disorder and now uses the term stereotypic movement disorder to designate repetitive habit behaviors that cause impairment to the childAn Article. Not rated
  Sterotypic Movement Disorder - Stereotypic movement disorder is an inability to control one's physical movement. Stereotypic movement disorders cause unwanted movement that is inappropriate to the situation. Stereotypic movement has no purpose, and it disrupts daily life at home, school, work, or in social life. Sterotypic movement disorder can cause serious injury to the self or to others.3/5
  Stereotypic Movement Disorder - Children with this mental disorder, display repetitive nonfunctional movements that can result in bodily injury or interfere with normal functioning. 2/5
  Stereotypic Movement Disorder - Is a condition in which a person makes repetitive, purposeless movements.S tereotypic movement disorder is a condition in which a person makes repetitive, purposeless movements (such as hand waving, body rocking, or head banging) for at least four weeks. The movements interfere with normal activity or have the potential to cause bodily harm. 3/5
  The Movement Disorder Society - To provide international forums to disseminate information on recent advances in both clinical and basic science pertinent to movement disorders.We are an international professional society invested in the research and care of patients with Movement Disorders, including Parkinson's disease and Parkinsonism, Dystonia, Chorea and Huntington's disease, Ataxia, Tremor and Essential Tremor, Myoclonus and Startle, Tics and Tourette syndrome, Restless Legs syndrome, Stiff Person syndrome and Gait disorders 3/5
   
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