Alex G Munts

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An 11-year-old girl with Sydenham chorea presented with a rapid onset of serious restlessness of mainly the right side of the body. Additional laboratory investigations revealed no abnormalities, yet this is not unusual for such cases. Valproic acid and pimozide were then successively prescribed because of the chorea. For secondary prevention she received(More)
OBJECTIVE Sustained abnormal postures (i.e., fixed dystonia) are the most frequently reported motor abnormalities in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), but these symptoms may also develop after peripheral trauma without CRPS. Currently, there is no valid and reliable measurement instrument available to measure the severity and distribution of these(More)
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