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Abstract

Tardive tremor is a very uncommon neuroleptic-induced tardive syndrome which was initially described in five patients by Stacy and Jankovic (Stacy and Jankovic, Mov Disord 1992;7:53–57). Since then, there have been only three additional case reports attesting to the apparent rarity of this condition, although it is unknown whether other unreported cases have been observed. We describe a patient with persistent tardive tremor that was associated with tardive dyskinesia, who closely resembles previously reported cases. © 2002 Movement Disorder Society