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Many athletes and sports fans believe the yips are caused by performance anxiety or related phobias, but evidence suggests that many athletes with the movement disorder may actually have focal limb dystonia.
Computerized MEDLINE searches on English literature were conducted using combination of text words: dystonic diskinetic syndrome, dystonia, stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, electric stimulation, movements disorders.
In focal dystonia of the hand some authors report very good long-lasting effects with contralateral lesioning of the ventral oralis anterior nucleus of the thalamus.
A cross-sectional observational study was performed between December 2013 and December 2014 in 80 patients with primary focal dystonia and 55 neurologically normal control subjects after obtaining informed consent.
Autosomal dominant condition, presents with paroxysmal dystonia choreoathetosis.
A review of the Dystonia products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Neuromodulation usion intrathecal baclofen therapy for spasticity and dystonia.
Singer's dystonia is a rare subtype of laryngeal dystonia that has been recognized in the last 10 years.
No differences were observed in the genotype distributions or MAFs between patients with early-onset and late-onset CD or between patients with and without a family history of dystonia (Table 2).
3 It may be a primary disorder, but it may also be observed in the form of acute dystonia minutes, hours, or even days after the use of a triggering agent.
Cervical dystonia (CD) is a movement disorder, characterized by abnormal head, neck, and shoulder posture due to repetitive clonic and tonic involuntary contractions in muscles of the neck and shoulder region (1,2).