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Cervical dystonia causes symptoms such as cephalic displacement, tremor, scoliosis, and cervical pain as a result of abnormal cervical muscle contraction.
They provide additional support for further exploration of mGlu5 inhibitors as a novel treatment for dystonia and also open new therapeutic avenues" said Professor Ellen Hess at Emory University (USA) in whose laboratory the study was performed.
Finding May Lead to Better Understanding of the Causes of Dystonia NEW YORK, Jan.
Movement disorders such as Parkinson disease, essential tremor, and dystonia affect more than 6 million people in the United States.
It is distinguished from the tremor of dystonia by the rapid regular tremor movements of essential tremor, as opposed to the irregular directional preponderant or spasmodic nature of dystonic tremor.
London, Aug 29 (ANI): A Scottish patient suffering from both multiple sclerosis (MS) and dystonia for the last 15 years has been given a new lease of life with a groundbreaking surgery that will now let him live pain free.
95 Paperback RC935 In this resource for general readers and patients with any form of dystonia, Truong, a neurologist, introduces medical terms and concepts with simple b&w drawings and plain language, then uses these concepts as building blocks for discussion on genetics and causes of dystonia, specific syndromes, and related anatomy and physiology.
Mazurek, who is an advocate for dystonia education and research, grew up in the "Kennedy compound" area of Maple Avenue, where most residents are descended from the LeBlanc and La Mountain families.