Mary M Robertson
British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Vol. 72, Iss. 2, 01 Feb 2011, pp 100 - 107
Tourette syndrome is a chronic motor and vocal tic disorder, which is common (1%). The aetiology is complex (mostly genetic) and 90% of people have co-morbid psychiatric disorders and reduced quality of life. Management includes reassurance, education, behavioural treatments and medications for tics and psychopathology.
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