For those that thought (hoped? prayed?) you’d never have to see physics again and so have allowed the definitions of amplitude and frequency slip your mind, here’s a refresher in a graphic.
Got it. Onward!
I tried SO hard to find a good picture of the dinner fork hand posture, but alas, all I could find was a dinner fork deformity related to a Colles’s fracture. Perhaps they look somewhat similar? I don’t know, honestly. If someone out there has a picture of this as it relates to dystonia, please let me know! Click on “contact/contactame” at the top to send me a quick note of what you have!
In the article, they mentioned that some of these diagnostic criteria are coming out of the Consensus Statement of the Movement Disorder Society on Tremor. It sounded very important, so if you want to look at that, there’s a hotlink to it.
Here’s a nice summary video.
Next up: dystonia!