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following brain trauma
is usually associated with lesions of the cerebellum
. This posterior portion of the brain is normally responsible for coordination of movements.
Another example of post-traumatic tremor is the so-called “midbrain” or “rubral” tremor, resulting from damage to the pathways connecting the cerebellum to the brainstem
, including midbrain structures such as the red (rubral) nucleus.
Typically, this tremor is present during a voluntary maintenance of posture (i.e., when the arms are outstretched). The midbrain also contains the substantia nigra, damage to which can cause parkinsonian tremor.
During fall prolase of disc or compression of nerves may lead to tremors of peripheral parts.
Until examination is done it is difficult to say what it is.
Please get it done MRI
brain and X-ray spine and nerve conduction studies.
If symptoms not improved please consult your doctor, he will examine and treat you accordingly.