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It was first recognised as a disorder in 1883 by French neurologist Georges Gilles de la Tourette.
It is estimated that one in a hundred people are born with Tourette Syndrome (TS) although only a small number of these people will ever be diagnosed; the majority will have tics that are so mild that they may not even be aware that they have the disorder.
Tourette Syndrome is a paediatric disorder and for a formal diagnosis to be given, both sets of tics need to occur concurrently before the age of 18 – although diagnosis may not be made until adulthood.
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