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Dropped Head Syndrome after Minor Trauma in a Patient with Levosulpiride-Aggravated Vascular Parkinsonism

Cho SH, Lee D, Ahn TB

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):126-128.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.15052
No abstract available.
Tremor in a Bassoonist: Tremor in Dystonia or Essential Tremor?

Park JE, Ramos VF, Hallett M

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):124-125.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.15054
No abstract available.
Woodhouse-Sakati Syndrome: Report of the First Tunisian Family with the C2orf37 Gene Mutation

Hdiji O, Turki E, Bouzidi N, Bouchhima , Damak M, Bohlega S, Mhiri C

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):120-123.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16003
Woodhouse-Sakati syndrome (WSS) is an infrequent autosomal recessive condition characterized by progressive extrapyramidal signs, mental retardation, hypogonadism, alopecia, and diabetes mellitus. This syndrome belongs to a heterogeneous group of inherited...
Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder in Parkinson's Disease: A Preliminary Study

Kim CS, Sung YH, Kang MJ, Park KH

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):114-119.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.15039
OBJECTIVE: Rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is associated with α-synucleinopathies, such as Parkinson's disease (PD). We aimed to assess the differences in the clinical characteristics of PD with...
Movement Disorders in Non-Wilsonian Hepatic Cirrhotic Patients: The Subgroup Analysis of Various Phenotypes and Associated Risk Factors

Methawasin K, Chonmaitree P, Wongjitrat C, Rattanamongkolgul S, Asawavichienjinda T

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):104-113.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.15047
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this subgroup analysis was to identify the risk factors associated with the development of various movement disorder phenotypes. METHODS: Eighty-three non-Wilsonian cirrhotic patients with abnormal movements were...
Cardiovascular Autonomic Dysfunction in Mild and Advanced Parkinson's Disease

Kim JS, Lee SH, Oh YS, Park JW, An JY, Park SK, Han SR, Lee KS

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):97-103.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16001
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the present study was to investigate cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) with mild to severe stages of motor symptoms and to compare...
Cerebrospinal Fluid Amyloid β1-42, Tau, and Alpha-Synuclein Predict the Heterogeneous Progression of Cognitive Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease

Kang JH

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):89-96.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16017
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease with heterogeneous pathological and clinical features. Cognitive dysfunction, a frequent non-motor complication, is a risk factor for poor prognosis and shows inter-individual variation...
Movement Disorders Following Cerebrovascular Lesions in Cerebellar Circuits

Choi SM

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):80-88.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16004
Cerebellar circuitry is important to controlling and modifying motor activity. It conducts the coordination and correction of errors in muscle contractions during active movements. Therefore, cerebrovascular lesions of the cerebellum...
Movement Disorders Following Cerebrovascular Lesion in the Basal Ganglia Circuit

Park J

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):71-79.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16005
Movement disorders are primarily associated with the basal ganglia and the thalamus; therefore, movement disorders are more frequently manifest after stroke compared with neurological injuries associated with other structures of...
Movement Disorders Following Cerebrovascular Lesions: Etiology, Treatment Options and Prognosis

Kwon DY

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):63-70.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16008
Post-stroke movement disorders are uncommon, but comprise an important part of secondary movement disorders. These exert variable and heterogeneous clinical courses according to the stroke lesion and its temporal relationships....
Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation for Treatment of Focal Hand Dystonia: Update and Future Direction

Cho HJ, Hallett M

  • J Mov Disord.
  • 2016 May;9(2):55-62.
  • doi: 10.14802/jmd.16014
Focal hand dystonia (FHD) is characterized by excessive and unwanted muscle activation in both the hand and arm resulting in impaired performance in particular tasks. Understanding the pathophysiology of FHD...

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