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Hyperkinetic movement disorders encompass dystonia, tremor, myoclonus, tics, chorea, startle, etc. They present with overlapping clinical features that require clinical expertise and laboratory workout to make a differential diagnosis. Advances in genetics, imaging, neurophysiology, and pathology promise ...

Hyperkinetic movement disorders encompass dystonia, tremor, myoclonus, tics, chorea, startle, etc. They present with overlapping clinical features that require clinical expertise and laboratory workout to make a differential diagnosis. Advances in genetics, imaging, neurophysiology, and pathology promise support in the differential diagnosis of hyperkinetic movement disorders. This topic will be devoted to typical and atypical presentations of hyperkinetic movement disorders and to present and future diagnostic tools.

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