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Tourette syndrome is a movement disorder that starts in childhood. It causes a person to make repeated twitches, movements, or sounds that they have little or no control over. These are called tics. Several different tics can happen at the same time, but they may not always occur together. On TV, in movies, and in the news, Tourette syndrome is often associated with cursing, or making offensive comments.
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Complex obsessive compulsive and impulsive symptoms in Tourette’s syndrome
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Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. However, some complex obsessive compulsive and impulsive behaviors may be mistaken for other symptoms, such as complex tics or psychotic behavior. In addition, the overlap between tics, compulsions, and impulsive actions can make them impossible to discern from each other. Yet, the proper recognition of these symptoms is critical in optimizing treatment outcome in TS patients. This paper will review complex obsessive compulsive and impulsive behaviors that may occur in patients with TS and discuss implications for diagnosis and treatment.
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A Cursing Brain? In , at the behest of his mentor Charcot, Gilles de la Tourette published a two-part article which identified a combination of multiple motor tics and "involuntary" vocalizations that over time increased in number and variety with the eventual appearance of eruptive cursing that he designated "coprolalia. Based on nine patients' case histories, Gilles de la Tourette concluded that although it signs and symptoms might wax and wane, the disease ultimately resisted all interventions.
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