[Clinical and genetic study of a family with hereditary essential myoclonus].
Lisa A Bevilacqua
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A large family with essential hereditary myoclonus is reported. Symptoms and signs, the age of clinical onset and the evolution are presented. The disease is autosomal dominant with complete penetrance.
Autosomal dominant inheritance
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