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Fasciculation - Wikipedia

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A fasciculation /fəˌsɪkjᵿˈleɪʃən/, or muscle twitch, is a small, local, involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation which may be visible under the skin. Dee...

Muscle Twitching: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis - Healthline

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Apr 15, 2016 ... We'll tell you about some possible causes for muscle twitching and ... that causes repeated, involuntary physical tics and vocal outbursts.

Muscle twitching: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Feb 27, 2016 ... Muscle twitching is caused by minor muscle contractions in the area, or uncontrollable twitching of a muscle group that is served by a single ...

When Is a Muscle Twitch Cause for Concern? | For Better | US News

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Oct 4, 2016 ... From an uncontrollable fluttering eyelid to a pulsing calf muscle, these small, rapid involuntary muscle contractions may happen at any time ...

What Do Fasciculations or Muscle Twitching Mean? - The ALS ...

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Q: Many people who have muscle twitching worry that they have ALS since it's often ... If any of this happens involuntarily, then the muscle fiber contracts without  ...

FYI: What Causes Muscle Twitches? | Popular Science

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Feb 4, 2013 ... Involuntary muscle twitches are exceedingly common and yet not very well understood.

Myoclonus Fact Sheet | National Institute of Neurological Disorders ...

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It refers to sudden, involuntary jerking of a muscle or group of muscles. Myoclonic twitches or jerks usually are caused by sudden muscle contractions, called ...

Myoclonus (muscle twitch) - Cleveland Clinic

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However, when muscle jerks or twitches happen frequently or affect more than ... Negative myoclonus is the sudden involuntary (uncontrolled) relaxation of a ...

Functional Jerks and Twitches - neurosymptoms.org

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Self Help website for patients with functional symptoms / conversion disorder / dissociative symptoms including functional weakness, non-epileptic attacks, ...