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Surgery for Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders

  • Zelma KissEmail author
  • Sarah Furtado
Part of the Current Clinical Neurology book series (CCNEU)

Abstract

Surgery for movement disorders (MD) has experienced a renaissance over the past decade due to technological advances, greater comprehension of physiology of the basal ganglia, development of reliable disease severity scales, and multicentre clinical trials. While surgery for Parkinson disease (PD) usually receives the bulk of attention and discussion, contemporary surgical results for dystonia are more impressive and seem to be associated with fewer complications than that for PD. The surgical management of Huntington disease and Tourette syndrome remains experimental although a few reports have suggested benefit.

Keywords

Deep Brain Stimulation Huntington Disease Tourette Syndrome Spinal Cord Stimulation Cervical Dystonia 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

We thank Dr. Cesar Almeida-Serrano, who did some preliminary work for this chapter. Videos were made by Karen Hunka, Kristina Doig-Beyaert, and Dr. Cid Diesta. Dr. Kiss was a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinician-Scientist and a Clinical Investigator of the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research: This chapter was submitted July 2007.

Supplementary material

CASE 1 – Cervical Dystonia (wmv 5,694 KB)

CASE 1 – Cervical Dystonia (wmv 10,084 KB)

CASE 2 – Meige Syndrome (wmv 18,421 KB)

CASE 2 – Meige Syndrome (wmv 14,303 KB)

CASE 3 – Myoclonic Dystonia (wmv 14,272 KB)

CASE 4 – DYT 1 Dystonia (mpg 5,107 KB)

CASE 4 – DYT 1 Dystonia (mpg 3,772 KB)

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  1. 1.Department of Clinical NeuroscienceUniversity of CalgaryCalgaryCanada

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