Primary Focal Dystonia: Evidence for Distinct Neuropsychiatric and Personality Profiles

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Lencer , Rebekka; Steinlechner , Susanne; Stahlberg , Jessica; Rehling , Hilka; Orth , Michael; Baeumer , Tobias; Rumpf , Hans-Juergen; Meyer , Christian; Klein , Christine; Muenchau , Alexander; Hagenah , Johann;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1136/jnnp.2008.170191

International audience; Primary focal dystonia (PFD) is characterized by motor symptoms. Frequent co-occurrence of abnormal mental conditions has been mentioned for decades but is less well defined. We evaluated prevalence rates of psychiatric disorders, personality dis... View more
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