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Tardive Dyskinesia Clinical Trials

A listing of Tardive Dyskinesia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (29) clinical trials

Prospective study to quantify the prevalence of possible tardive dyskinesia (TD) in outpatient psychiatry practices in the United States (US), as well as to describe the associated disease burden in a cohort of patients with one or more psychiatric disorders and a cumulative lifetime exposure to antipsychotic medication of three ...

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Imaging Blood Brain Imaging Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease (PD) is the most common neurodegenerative movement disorder of aging. Its cause is unknown. Current evidence supports a stress-diathesis model of pathogenesis whereby some yet-to-be identified environmental trigger conspires with a permissive genetic background to initiate the disease process. Based on neuropathological observations in other neurodegenerative diseases, such ...

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Clinical Study to Test the Safety of CDNF by Brain Infusion in Patients With Parkinson's Disease

A patient's participation in the study will last for ten months and will include sixteen to seventeen visits: Screening (2 visits) Planning of surgery - Surgery: implantation of drug delivery system - Post-surgery follow-up (3 visits) Test infusions with vehicle (1-2 visits) Positron emission tomography (PET) examinations before the first ...

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Effect of tDCS on Cognition Symptoms in Chronic Schizophrenia Patients With Tardive Dyskinesia

This study is a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical trial. 60 patients with TD were randomly allocated to active (n=30) or sham tDCS groups (n=30). All patients received 2-mA anodal left/cathodal right prefrontal tDCS treatment (fifteen 30-minutes sessions: Monday to Friday once daily, every other week to do a group of ...

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Proprioception and Meditation

In past work is has been shown that yoga can be as effective as a standard balance or Tai Chi protocol; however, there is an inability to distinguish between the mind and body contributions of yoga training. This study will compare an accepted proprioceptive training program to a meditation program ...

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ExAblate Transcranial MRgFUS for the Management of Treatment-Refractory Movement Disorders

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and initial effectiveness of MRI-guided focused ultrasound thermal ablation of a designated area in the brain of patients suffering from movement disorder symptoms: FUS under MRI-guidance and MRI-based thermometry can be safely delivered to patients suffering from treatment-refractory movement disorders ...

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Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for the Treatment of the Tardive Dyskinesia.

The study was a parallel control design trial for 2 weeks. Patients with schizophrenia were treated with 10-Hz rTMS on left motor cortex (added to the ongoing treatment). Clinical symptoms and MEP were assessment before and after rTMS treatment.

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Mobile Parkinson Observatory for Worldwide Evidence-based Research (mPower)

Living with Parkinson disease means coping with symptoms that change every day. Yet these changes are not tracked frequently enough. Most people with Parkinson disease see a clinician only once or twice a year. This study measures changes in Parkinson disease symptoms in real time using an app. The app ...

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Safety and Efficacy of Propranolol in the Treatment of Tardive Dyskinesia

Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a disabling, embarrassing and often irreversible iatrogenic movement disorder that can occur in anyone exposed to drugs that block dopamine receptors, including first and second generation antipsychotics and antiemetic agents. There is no way to prevent TD except preventing exposure to the inciting agents and there ...

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Surface EMG Biofeedback for Children With Cerebral Palsy

Movement disorders such as dystonia, hypertonia, and spasticity interfere with or prevent voluntary movement. Studies have suggested that using biofeedback to increase awareness of muscle activation can improve motor function in patients with motor deficits. The investigators hypothesize that the daily use of a surface electromyographic (SEMG) biofeedback device for ...

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