International veterinary canine dyskinesia task force ECVN consensus statement: Terminology and classification
Força tarefa internacional sobre Diquinesia canina (ECVN), consenso: Terminologia e Classificação
Sofia Cerda-Gonzalez, Rebecca A. Packer, Laurent Garosi, Mark Lowrie, Paul J. J. Mandigers, Dennis P. O'Brien, Holger A. Volk
Movement disorders are a heterogeneous group of clinical syndromes in humans and animals characterized by involuntary movements without changes in consciousness. Canine movement disorders broadly include tremors, peripheral nerve hyperexcitability disorders, paroxysmal dyskinesia, and dystonia. Of these, canine paroxysmal dyskinesias remain one of the more difficult to identify and characterize in dogs. Canine paroxysmal dyskinesias include an array of movement disorders in which
there is a recurrent episode of abnormal, involuntary, movement. In this consensus statement, we recommend standard terminology for describing the various movement disorders with an emphasis on paroxysmal dyskinesia, as well as a preliminary classification and clinical approach to reporting cases. In the clinical approach to movement disorders, we recommend categorizing movements into hyperkinetic vs hypokinetic, paroxysmal vs persistent, exercise-induced vs not related to exercise, using a detailed description of movements using the recommended terminology presented here, differentiating movement disorders vs other differential diagnoses, and then finally, determining whether the paroxysmal dyskinesia is due to either inherited or acquired etiologies. This consensus statement represents a starting point for consistent reporting of clinical descriptions and terminology associated with canine movement disorders, with additional focus on paroxysmal dyskinesia. With consistent reporting and identification of additional genetic mutations responsible for these disorders, our understanding of the phenotype, genotype, and pathophysiology will continue to develop and inform further modification of these recommendations.
Dystonia, movement disorder, myoclonus, myokymia, myotonia, paroxysmal dyskinesia
Distonia, desordens de movimento, mioclonia, miotonia, mioquimia, disquinesia paroxística.