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The mechanism of head tremor in CD is not exactly known (16), and it has been reported by several authors that head tremor was observed in 35%-80% of the patients with CD (1,16,17,18).
This commonly involves the upper extremities but also can cause head tremor or laryngeal tremor.
The first signs were balance loss of the pelvic limbs, hypermetric walk, head tremor, tendency to lay down in sternal recumbency and slow and progressive evolution.
Increasing viewing distance to the point at which head tremor begins to affect acquisition of small targets provides an explanation for the observed effect.