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Functional (psychogenic) movement disorders associated with normal scores in psychological questionnaires: A case control study.
OBJECTIVE Functional movement disorders (FMDs) fall within the broader category called functional neurological symptom disorder (FNSD). New DSM-5 criteria for FNSD no longer require the presence of aExpand
Motor network disruption in essential tremor: a functional and effective connectivity study.
Although involvement of the cerebello-thalamo-cortical network has often been suggested in essential tremor, the source of oscillatory activity remains largely unknown. To elucidate mechanisms ofExpand
Can repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation increase muscle strength in functional neurological paresis? A proof‐of‐principle study
Therapeutic options are limited in functional neurological paresis disorder. Earlier intervention studies did not control for a placebo effect, hampering assessment of effectivity. AExpand
Bilateral cerebellar activation in unilaterally challenged essential tremor
Background Essential tremor (ET) is one of the most common hyperkinetic movement disorders. Previous research into the pathophysiology of ET suggested underlying cerebellar abnormalities. ObjectiveExpand
Cerebellar Atrophy in Cortical Myoclonic Tremor and Not in Hereditary Essential Tremor—a Voxel-Based Morphometry Study
Essential tremor (ET) presumably has a cerebellar origin. Imaging studies showed various cerebellar and also cortical structural changes. A number of pathology studies indicated cerebellar PurkinjeExpand
Rhythmic finger tapping reveals cerebellar dysfunction in essential tremor.
INTRODUCTION Cerebellar circuits are hypothesized to play a central role in the pathogenesis of essential tremor. Rhythmic finger tapping is known to strongly engage the cerebellar motor circuitry.Expand
Limited correlations between clinician-based and patient-based measures of essential tremor severity.
INTRODUCTION We investigated the relation between changes in clinician-based and patient-based measures of tremor severity, within the Fahn-Tolosa-Marin Tremor Rating Scale (TRS) and Visual AnalogueExpand
P 115. Effects of rTMS in conversion paralysis
Introduction Conversion paralysis (CP) concerns patients with unintentional neurological symptoms (i.e. paralysis) which are present without a neurological explanation. Neuroimaging research showsExpand