UK Guidelines Quiz – Recognising Suspected Neurological Conditions 

Dr Rob Hicks


July 15, 2019

NICE advises that adults with involuntary movements of the eyelids do not need routine referral unless the movements have persisted for more than 3 months or cause tight closure of both eyes. Those adults with fasciculations do not require routine referral unless these movements are accompanied by weakness, muscle wasting or muscular rigidity, as this could be related to underlying neuromuscular disease.


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