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IMDIndia Meteorological Department
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IMDIndex of Multiple Deprivation
IMDIntermodulation Distortion
IMDImmunodeficiency
IMDIn Mold Decorating (plastics injection molding)
IMDInvasive Meningococcal Disease
IMDInternational Museum Day (est. 1977)
IMDInduction Motor Drive
IMDIbm Micro Drive
IMDIntegrated Management Display
IMDImage Design
IMDInteractive Media Design (University of Dundee, Scotland)
IMDInstitutions for Mental Diseases
IMDInsulation Monitoring Device (various companies)
IMDInteractive Multimedia Design (University of Ulster, Belfast, Ireland)
IMDInformation Management Division
IMDImmobilien-Management Duisburg (German: Real Estate Management Duisburg)
IMDImmune Mediated Disease
IMDInter-Metal Dielectric
IMDIntegrated Missile Defense
IMDIntima-Media-Dicke (German cardiology term)
IMDInterim Multiple Dwelling
IMDInstrumental Music Department (various organizations)
IMDInternational Medical Doctor
IMDInternational Midwives Day (Australia)
IMDIntegrated Marketing Database
IMDInvoluntary Movement Disorder (neurology)
IMDInjection Molding Division (Society of Plastics Engineers)
IMDIntegrated Mechanical Diagnostics
IMDInteractive Multimedia Document
IMDIntegrated Management Display (Compaq)
IMDIndia Millennium Deposit
IMDInformed Medical Decisions (genetic counseling; Boston, MA)
IMDIntelligent Miner for Data (software; IBM)
IMDIntelligent Mail Device (handheld scanner)
IMDInteractive Map Definition
IMDInformation Management Development (Sprint)
IMDInteractive Missile Design
IMDInternational Management and Development
IMDInstallation Maintenance Division
IMDInternal Management Document
IMDInternet Multimedia Development
IMDInstallation MARS Director
IMDInformation Management Directive
IMDInflation Measures Division (New Zealand)
IMDImitative Deception
IMDIntegrated Monitoring and Diagnostics
IMDInstitutional Monitoring Division (US Department of Education)
IMDInterstage Membrane Dehydrator
IMDIndustrial Model and Design
IMDIntelligent Missile Defense
IMDInstitutional Memory Document
IMDInformation Management Displays
IMDIndustrial Management and Design (Research Group; Aston University, Birmingham, UK)
IMDIntermediate Maintenance Detachment
IMDInternet Marketing and Development (Lockport, IL)
IMDIntegrated Map Display
IMDIntegrated Medical Development (West Windsor, NJ)
IMDInstitute for Music Development (Ghana)
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Hemichorea-hemiballismus is a rare involuntary movement disorder involving both the proximal and distal groups of muscles.
2) Where there is involuntary movement disorder along with a history of psychotropic usage.
We could not find any study which looked at adjustment in patients with involuntary movement disorders, particularly with a mental illness and psychotropic medication usage background.
Chorea is an abnormal involuntary movement disorder described as "a state of excessive, spontaneous movements, irregularly timed, nonrepetitive, randomly distributed, and abrupt in character." (24)
TD presents as a polymorphous involuntary movement disorder (5-8) most often with non-rhythmic, repetitive, purposeless hyperkinetic symptoms.
However, from the earliest reports, antipsychotic efficacy was seemingly inseparable from extrapyramidal side effects (EPS) that manifested as acute and chronic involuntary movement disorders. Although acute extrapyramidal side effects could be prevented and treated, the late-arising symptoms of tardive dyskinesia (TD) seemed irreversible in most cases.
However, it can cause transient or long lasting severe motor dysfunction and involuntary movement disorders (1).
Our findings suggest that tDCS is a safe treatment method for children with involuntary movement disorders. A limitation of this study was that the reduction of the abnormal involuntary movements by tDCS was only the short-lasting effects.
Involuntary movement disorders such as dyskinesia, dystonia and chorea can be difficult to treat.
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