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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease with multicentric lesions of central nervous system. These numerous lesions can cause a lot of different symptoms. Sometimes these signs are atypical and make difficulties for MS diagnosing. Hyperkinesis is extremely rare manifestation of MS especially if it concerns spinal myoclonus. Spinal myoclonic jerks can be caused(More)
Therapeutic efficacy of topiramate in essential tremor (ET) was assessed in comparison with propranolol in two groups which included 24 and 20 patients, respectively, aged from 21 to 83 years (mean age 53 years). Along with clinical examination, a number of scales: Clinical rating scale for tremor, scale of functional disturbances and Visual-analogous scale(More)
The most frequent causes of disability of patients with neurological diseases are motor disorders in the upper motor neuron lesion caused by the damage of the brain and/or the spinal cord that resulted in the formation of spastic paresis and paralysis. The correct understanding of the pathophysiological basis of clinical presentations of the upper motor(More)
53 patients with the syndrome of spastic torticollis (ST) were examined to assess the nature and dynamics of pain syndrome during the treatment with dysport. The patient's condition assessment was examined before and 1 month after injection of dysport using Toronto Western Spasmodic Torticollis Rating Scale (TWSTRS). The TWSTRS scale includes 3 subscales(More)
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