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1). What are some of the neurological soft signs or symptoms of a patient who has been diagnose as being schizophrenia?

2). Can these symptoms or neurological soft signs occur among the first degree relatives of schizophrenics.

3). What are some of the neurological soft signs or symptoms that might be displayed among the first degree relatives of schizophrenics.

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One neurological soft sign or symptom of a patient who has been diagnosed as being schizophrenic, are slight tremors throughout the individual's body that may be consistent, or occur only at certain times during the day or night, etc. These tremors cannot be effectively linked to any specific brain dysfunction, which causes them to be defined as soft signs. Another neurological soft sign or symptom of a patient, who has been diagnosed as being schizophrenic, is that the individual may suffer from bouts of confusion about such simple concepts as ...

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