Olivier Pincemaille

Learn More
A boy without significant family or personal history had three consecutive nocturnal seizures at 1-month intervals at age 10 years, all simple focal seizures with motor and sensory symptoms, the last with secondary generalization. Waking and napping EEG showed focal sharp changes typical of benign epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes (BECTS). A magnetic(More)
Myoclonus dystonia is a rare movement disorder caused by mutations in the SGCE gene on chromosome 7q21 (DYT11) encoding the epsilon-sarcoglycan. Myoclonus is present in almost all patients and affects most often neck, trunk and upper limbs. Dystonia is present in about half of the patients. The mode of inheritance is autosomal dominant with variable(More)
  • 1