P. De Mitri

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We describe the sleep evolution of two cases of segmental myoclonus. The first patient had symptomatic palatal myoclonus which, as in most reported cases, persisted during sleep with a slight but significant reduction in frequency. The second patient presented apparently essential spinal myoclonus, which disappeared on falling asleep and recurred for short(More)
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