Very Unusual Phenomenologies
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In this chapter, we review patients with very unusual movement disorders, including Wilson’s disease, neuronal brain iron degeneration, disorders on the borderland of epilepsy, unusual forms of parkinsonism, and benign paroxysmal disorders of infancy.
KeywordsWilson’s disease Neuronal brain iron degeneration Pantothenate kinase-associated degeneration Fahr’s disease Paroxysmal torticollis of infancy
In this chapter, we present a group of patients with very unusual movement disorders. These patients are rare enough that even a movement disorder clinician may encounter them very infrequently in a career. Four categories of disorders are reviewed: metal and ion deposits; disorders on the borderland of epilepsy; unusual forms of parkinsonism; and benign paroxysmal disorders of infancy (MP4 3144930 kb)
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