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Tardive Dyskinesia Video Glossary & Quiz
What can severe tardive dyskinesia (TD) of the tongue look like, and how might it differ from moderate TD of the tongue or drug-induced Parkinsonism? The Video Glossary & Quiz describe the movements associated with various TD presentations and severity and help distinguish this condition from other movement disorders. Learn more and then take the quiz to test your knowledge: is it TD?
A Panel Of Tardive Dyskinesia Experts Discuss The Following Three Topics:
Clinical Features of Tardive Dyskinesia, Tardive Dyskinesia Work Up and Assessment, and Differential Diagnosis of Tardive Dyskinesia