Rubral tremor, also comprehended as Holmes's tremor is an uncommon condition. Due to midbrain lesions in a specific area of the brain, this is a combination of rest, postural, and activity tremors. This tremor is erratic and occurs seldom. There may be signs of ataxia and weakness. Cerebrovascular injury and multiple sclerosis are the most common causes,
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Query: Hi doctor, I have tremors on my left hand. I am on Amantrel 100 mg tds, Frisium 30 mg and Propranolol 40 mg. I have been through two stents in my heart, but I have no myocardial infarction. I am on beta blockers Valent 40mg od and Retorlix 5 mg od. My neurologist says this as Rubral syndrome and ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concerns. Let me try to help you. Muscle weakness will not cause unilateral tremors (involving one side). May be the tremors will start in one hand on first day, but within a week you will have tremors in both hands. So, this is not due to muscle weaknes... Read Full »