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When I met Megan, I was worriedreally worried. She was 22, and I had been asked to evaluate her tremors. Her medical history included depression, anxiety, and anorexia, yet she was functioning quite well, except for the shakes that had been getting worse and were now constant. At first, only her hands had been involved. Later, her legs and head began shaking as well. Although she was rarely tremor-free, the shaking seemed to be worse when she was active; her legs shook when she drov...
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