Jerky and sinusoidal waveforms in dystonic tremor

Takeaway

  • This study indicates that jerky and sinusoidal waveforms occur concurrently in dystonic tremor, with high inter-individual variability.

Why this matters

    The detection of both jerky and sinusoidal waveforms in cervical dystonia may provide direction for those studying its underlying pathophysiology and inform the definition of dystonic tremor.