Bobble-head doll syndrome is a rare neurological movement disorder in which patients, usually Those susceptible to acquiring bobble-head doll syndrome range from newborns to adults—with the oldest reported patient being 26 years old.
Bobble-head doll syndrome (BHDS) is a rare neurological condition which causes involuntary ‘bobbing’ or repetitive anterior-posterior movement of the head, resembling that of a bobble-head doll. The primary symptom of BHDS is the bobbing of the head and sometimes shoulders at a.
PDF | Bobble-head doll syndrome (BHDS) is a complex syndrome with the dominant symptom of repetitive anteroposterior head movement.
A collection of disease information resources and questions answered Rare Diseases Information Specialists for Bobble-head doll syndrome.
Bobble – head syndrome (BHDS) is a complex and rare syndrome with repetitive anteroposterior head movements. It is usually associated with expansile.