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Abstract

Functional Movement Disorders

Useful development issues (FMD) are generally normal neurological appearances that are not identified with a known neurological or a clinical finding including irregular automatic developments that can be influenced by interruption or provoking [1]. Such psychosomatic issues can take numerous structures and could reenact known issues, including tremor, loss of motion, seizures, or ataxia. On the off chance that the best possible conclusion and the board are not initiated quickly, they may get weakening and results in critical social and scholarly interruptions [2]. Note that these patients are not creating the signs and manifestations (malingering), regardless of nonappearance of a natural pathology. Useful development issues regularly bring about extreme, pointless, and exorbitant examinations, which may thus additionally improve the wiped out job and muddles the administration [3].
 


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Ibrahim Mustafa



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