Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Psychogenic Movement Disorders

@inproceedings{Pal2011ElectrophysiologicEO,
  title={Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Psychogenic Movement Disorders},
  author={Pramod Kumar Pal},
  booktitle={Journal of movement disorders},
  year={2011}
}
Psychogenic movement disorders (PMD) are a group of disorders which are in the border zone between neurology and psychiatry. All necessary laboratory investigations should be done to rule out an underlying organic disorder. While clinical acumen of a trained movement disorder specialist may be sufficient to diagnose most PMD, there are clinical situations where electrophysiological tests are required either to rule out an organic movement disorder or even diagnose a PMD. Current… CONTINUE READING

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