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Runner's Dystonia: Mysterious Malady Causes Mind and Muscle to Lose Touch


Runner's World - Jan 19, 2018
Eventually, they all received the same diagnosis: runner's dystonia, a rare movement disorder that tends to affect the muscles in one leg. Essentially, brain signals controlling the muscles needed for running spill over into surrounding areas ...
 

A Father And Son Share A Difficult Diagnosis Of Dystonia : Shots ...


NPR - Dec 24, 2017
Carl Luepker was 10 years old when he first noticed his right hand twitching slightly when he played piano. It was like it had a mind of his own. When he was 12, doctors diagnosed him with a degenerative nerve disease called dystonia. The disorder ...
 

Brain activity patterns linked to clinical outcomes achieved through ...


News-Medical.net - Dec 25, 2017
Dystonia affects more than 500000 people across Europe. Globally, it is the third most common movement disorder after Parkinson's disease and essential tremor.
 

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A patient with acute dystonia as a result of an antipsychotic injection. She has spasmodic torticollis.
 

What Is Dystonia? Dystonia Awareness Week


What is Dystonia? Explanation, examples, video clips, resources and outreach (Dystonia Awareness Week 2014 - May 3rd through May 11th) Dystonia is a neurological disorder or condition where...
 

What Causes Dystonia? - Prof Mark Edwards


What Causes Dystonia? - Prof Mark Edwards, St George's University Hospital, London. Prof Mark Edwards speaking at the Dystonia Ireland Conference: Meet the Experts. The Dystonia Ireland Conferenc...
 

Wheelchair can't contain the Dystonia


Front wheels lift off the floor when trialling the wheelchair because of Dystonia.
 

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