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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Anticonvulsive drugs]]
 
*[[Anticonvulsive drugs]]
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*[[Antispasmodic drugs]]
 
*[[ATC code N04]] WHO classification of [[anti-parkinson drugs]]
 
*[[ATC code N04]] WHO classification of [[anti-parkinson drugs]]
   
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[[Category:Decarboxylase inhibitors]]
 
[[Category:Decarboxylase inhibitors]]
 
[[Category:Parkinsons disease]]
 
[[Category:Parkinsons disease]]
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[[category:Tremor]]

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Antitremor drugs (which includes antiparkinsonian drugs) are drugs that reduce the tone of skeletal muscles by their effects on the central nervous system so reducing tremor, particularly in Parkinsons disease. They include:

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