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  1. Blepharospasm: Webster's Timeline History, 1869 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-03-10
  2. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Benign Essential Blepharospasm: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-10
  3. Blepharospasm - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-03
  4. Treating the Psychological Consequences of Blepharospasm with Relaxation and Hypnosis by Elizabeth Evans, 1991
  5. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Blepharospasm: A Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2005-01-30
  6. Blepharospasm: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders</i> by Richard Robinson, 2005
  7. Blepharospasm And Related Disorders: A Historical Review Of Etiology And Treatment (Advances In Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 4)
  8. The Neurotic Constitution: Outlines of a Comparative Individualistic Psychology and Psychotherapy, by Alfred Adler, 1930
  9. BLEPHAROSPASM Volume 4 in the series ADVANCES IN OPHTHALMIC PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY by Stephen L and Byron C Smith (Editors) BOSNIAK, 1985-01-01
  10. Case of Intense and Long-Continued Photophobia and Blepharospasm, Relieved by the Inhalation of Chloroform. by William MacKenzie, 1857
  11. Blepharospasm & Related Disorders by Stephen L Bosniak, 1985
  12. Blepharospasm: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, And Annotated Research Guide To Internet References by Icon Health Publications, 1980
  13. Blepharospasm-oromandibular dystonia syndrome (Brueghel's syndrome). A variant of adult-onset torsion dystonia? by C. D Marsden, 1976

81. Blepharospasm And Its Significance
What is blepharospasm and its significance? blepharospasm is squintingof the eye caused by spastic contraction of the eyelid muscles
    What is blepharospasm and its significance?
  • Blepharospasm is squinting of the eye caused by spastic contraction of the eyelid muscles, usually resulting from ocular pain caused by acute irritation of the conjunctiva or cornea.
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83. Parkinson's Disease, Parkinson, Botox, Dsytonia, Blepharospasm, Torticollis, Tre
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85. The Eye Center - Blepharospasm (Eye Twitching)
blepharospasm (Eye Twitching). Eye Health Education Home. Frequently,dryeye syndrome is experienced along with blepharospasm.
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Almost everyone at some time in his or her life has experienced a frequent and annoying muscle twitch of the eyelid. It may have followed a late night of studying or hours of driving, stress or drinking caffeinated beverages. Usually, this annoyance disappears after a period of rest and relaxation. Occasionally, the spasms are caused by an actual change in the eye's physical makeup and the spasms do not go away, but rather become a constant annoyance. Symptoms Due to a nervous system disorder, such as Tourette's syndrome, or an irritation on the surface of the cornea or the conjunctiva (the outermost lining of the eye under the eyelid), the eye will frequently or continuously twitch (spasm). Vision is generally not affected except in the most severe cases where the eyelid(s) remain shut. Frequently, dry-eye syndrome is experienced along with blepharospasm. Occasionally, blepharospasm is drug-induced and will be resolved when the dosage is reduced. Treatment The most common forms of blepharospasm will resolve after a period of rest. Usually, no treatment is necessary. Stress and anxiety can play a large roll in chronic eye twitching. Therefore, stress management skills may be one of the first treatments prescribed.

86. Health Library - Blepharospasm, Benign Essential
blepharospasm, Benign Essential. Synonyms Disorder Subdivisions General DiscussionResources Synonyms. BEB; blepharospasm; Secondary blepharospasm.

87. Blepharospasm Resources On The Internet
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blepharospasm Definitions Isolated Blepharopspasm(spasm limited to theeyelids) is present only in a minority of blepharospasm patients;
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  • Blepharopspasm was first described in the 16th century by the painting by Pieter Brueghel entitled "De Gaper." During the 16th century, patients were institutionalized in insane asylums Little progress was made in understanding and treating blepharospasm until the mid-1900's. In 1907, Meige described a similar patient with dystonia which is now termed Meige syndrome. In 1956, Henderson wrote a classic article on Blepharopspasm describing the disability and treatments. can occur with specific precipitating stressors, such as bright lights, fatigue, and emotional tension; as the course continues, it occurs more frequently during the day and it may intensify so that when the spasms occur the eyelids may remain forcefully closed for short periods of time. Of note, the spasms disappear sleep and often by concentrating on a specific task. Possible origins include: basal ganglia, psychosomatic

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91. Blepharospasm - General Practice Notebook
Notebook. blepharospasm. blepharospasm is the spasmodic closure of theeyes as a result of involuntary contraction of orbicularis oculi.
  • blepharospasm is the spasmodic closure of the eyes as a result of involuntary contraction of orbicularis oculi. Commonly blepharospasm occurs as a response to ocular pain. repetitive blepharospasm is a form of focal dystonia
      this condition may be exacerbated by stress there may be other co-existing dystonias (e.g. oro-mandibular) generally starts unilaterally and then bilateral blepharospasm develops may be anteceded by particular conditions e.g. progressive supranuclear palsy, use of neuroleptic drugs, Parkinson's disease treatment measures include:
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92. Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation, Inc.
Benign Essential blepharospasm Research Foundation, Inc. Conditions BenignEssential blepharospasm (BEB) MeigeÕs syndrome Hemifacial Spasm.

93. BTX-B For Blepharospasm (Toxins 2002)
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94. Blepharospasm : Meddie Health Search
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