Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome: a case study.

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Tourette's Syndrome was first described by Gilles de la Tourette in 1885. Previously thought to be a rare neuropsychiatric disorder, its prevalence is now estimated at 0.05%. In Canada, this would mean approximately 12,000 people are affected. The rapid growth of knowledge in the neurosciences has led to better understanding and treatment of this disorder… (More)

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@article{Murphy1992GillesDL, title={Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome: a case study.}, author={Felicity Murphy and G. William N. Fitzgerald}, journal={Axone}, year={1992}, volume={14 2}, pages={41-5} }