Atypical inclusion bodies with myoclonic epilepsy


Myoelonic epilepsy was first described by UNVEgl~ICI~T (1891) in the form of a progressive familial disorder, manifested by irregular sudden twitches of a muscle or a group of muscles, accompanied by progressive dementia and generalised convulsions. In 1921 I~AMSAY t tv~T had described the syndrome of "dyssynergia cerebellaris mycolonica" associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00686606


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