Idiopathic palatal myoclonus.

Two cases with idiopathic palatal myoclonus without other neurological deficits were described. They did not have any other neurological deficits other than myoclonus of branchial muscles. In these cases, the myoclonus disappeared during natural or induced sleep. In Case 1, the myoclonus ceased transiently when the patient was calculating or receiving an… CONTINUE READING