Therapie der Dystonien

  • F. Vassella
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Zusammenfassung

Unsere Kenntnisse über die Funktionen der Basalganglien sind immer noch sehr lückenhaft. Im Jahre 1925 prägte Wilson an der Croonian Lecture den berühmt gewordenen Ausspruch: „The basal ganglia situated in the base of the brain retain the characteristics of basements.-viz darkness,“ und im Jahre 1982 gab Marsden [16] seiner Robert Wartenberg Lecture den Titel: „The mysterious motor function of the basal ganglia.“ Das Thema der Therapie der Dystonien kann nicht diskutiert werden, ohne daß die Strukturen und die Funktionen der Basalkerne kurz dargestellt werden.

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