Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) is a condition involving abnormal, repetitive, uncontrollable movements that develop after long-term use of antipsychotic medications used to treat schizophrenia and related psychiatric disorders. Symptoms of TD include repetitive and involuntary movements (tics), most often of the facial muscles and tongue (such as lip smacking), although any muscle in the body can be affected (e.g., moving legs back and forth). Symptoms may be mild or severe and can interfere with eating and walking.
Herpes viruses are known to cause cold sores, genital herpes, herpes zoster (shingles), post-herpetic neuralgia and in many instances, canker sores (apthous ulcers). One type, known quite simply as herpes simplex virus type one (HSV-1), commonly affects the mouth and throat. Herpes simplex virus type two (HSV-2) usually affects...Learn More
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