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Writer's Cramp Definition

Writer's cramp otherwise known as the mogigraphia is the cramping or the spasm of the hands and the fingers. It is a focal dystonia of the hand.

Writer's Cramp Diagnosis

Diagnosis includes physical examination and the taking into account the frequency of the occurrence of the symptoms.

Writer's Cramp Treatment

Treatment includes changing technique in writing, switching hands, physical therapy, biofeedback and constraint-induced motion therapy. Chemical injections such as botulinum toxin are also used in some cases (A. J. Lees, N. Turjanski, et. al. "Treatment of cervical dystonia hand spasms and laryngeal dystonia with botulinum toxin." Journal of Neurology 239 (1992): 1-4).

Writer's Cramp Symptoms and Signs

Its symptoms includes cramping and spasm of the hands and the fingers after writing activity.

Writer's Cramp Causes
It is said to be caused of an excessive fine motor activity complicated by a tense or inappropriate writing technique (Sataloff, Robert Thayer, Alice G. Brandfonbrener, and Richard J. Lederman, eds. 'Textbook of Performing Arts Medicine'. New York: Raven Press, 1991. (p. 197).

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