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Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements
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  1. Hypersalivation in children AND Abnormal rigidity AND Myoclonic jerking AND Slowed movements: Causes of All Symptoms
  2. Hypersalivation in children OR Abnormal rigidity OR Myoclonic jerking OR Slowed movements: 88 causes
  3. Hypersalivation in children: Causes
  4. Hypersalivation in children: Introduction
  5. Abnormal rigidity: Causes
  6. Abnormal rigidity: Introduction
  7. Myoclonic jerking: Causes
  8. Myoclonic jerking: Introduction
  9. Slowed movements: Causes
  10. Slowed movements: Introduction
  11. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Abnormal eye movements (2 causes)
  12. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Altered bladder habits (2 causes)
  13. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Aphasia (2 causes)
  14. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Arm symptoms (2 causes)
  15. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Ataxia (2 causes)
  16. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Autonomic nerve symptoms (2 causes)
  17. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Balance symptoms (2 causes)
  18. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Behavioral symptoms (2 causes)
  19. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Bizarre gait (2 causes)
  20. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and Bladder incontinence (2 causes)
  21. Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements and MORE SYMPTOMS

Hypersalivation in children and Abnormal rigidity and Myoclonic jerking and Slowed movements

  • Hypersalivation in children AND Abnormal rigidity AND Myoclonic jerking AND Slowed movements - Causes of All Symptoms
  • Hypersalivation in children OR Abnormal rigidity OR Myoclonic jerking OR Slowed movements - 88 causes

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Myoclonic jerking:

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Results: Causes of Hypersalivation in children AND Abnormal rigidity AND Myoclonic jerking AND Slowed movements

Results: 88 causes of Hypersalivation in children OR Abnormal rigidity OR Myoclonic jerking OR Slowed movements

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