2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.clinph.2022.05.014
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Dystonia, chorea, hemiballismus and other dyskinesias

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“…2 Studies have shown increased excitability of the sensory motor circuits and abnormal synaptic plasticity 3 possibly altering the topography and function of both motor and somatosensory brain areas. 4 Brainstem hyperexcitability has been found in craniocervical dystonia, 5 and dysfunction of sensorimotor integration at several levels where altered sensory processing has been proposed for dystonia, including CD. 3 Cervical dystonia (CD) is overall the most frequent focal dystonia seen in adults, with a prevalence of 28 to 183 per 1,000,000 depending on the source.…”
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“…2 Studies have shown increased excitability of the sensory motor circuits and abnormal synaptic plasticity 3 possibly altering the topography and function of both motor and somatosensory brain areas. 4 Brainstem hyperexcitability has been found in craniocervical dystonia, 5 and dysfunction of sensorimotor integration at several levels where altered sensory processing has been proposed for dystonia, including CD. 3 Cervical dystonia (CD) is overall the most frequent focal dystonia seen in adults, with a prevalence of 28 to 183 per 1,000,000 depending on the source.…”
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confidence: 99%