Cognitive and psychiatric phenotypes of movement disorders in children: a systematic review.

Abstract

AIM The cognitive and psychiatric aspects of adult movement disorders are well established, but specific behavioural profiles for paediatric movement disorders have not been delineated. Knowledge of non-motor phenotypes may guide treatment and determine which symptoms are suggestive of a specific movement disorder and which indicate medication effects… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8749.2011.04134.x

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@article{BenPazi2011CognitiveAP, title={Cognitive and psychiatric phenotypes of movement disorders in children: a systematic review.}, author={Hilla Ben-Pazi and Solomon Jaworowski and Ruth Shalev}, journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology}, year={2011}, volume={53 12}, pages={1077-84} }