Table of Contents

Basal ganglia anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology.
Cerebellar anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology.
Classification of movement disorders.
Diagnostic evaluation of children with movement disorders.
Transient and developmental movement disorders.
Tics and Tourette syndrome.
Motor stereotypies.
Paroxysmal dyskinesias.
Chorea, athetosis, and ballism.
Dystonia.
Myoclonus.
Tremor.
Ataxia.
Parkinsonism.
Inherited metabolic disorders associated with extrapyramidal symptoms.
Movements that occur in sleep.
Cerebral palsy.
Drug-induced movement disorders in children.
Psychogenic movement disorders.