Movement disorders associated with spontaneous CSF leaks: A case series

  title={Movement disorders associated with spontaneous CSF leaks: A case series},
  author={B. Mokri},
  pages={1134 - 1141}
  • B. Mokri
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Cephalalgia
  • Importance and Objective Headache is the most common symptom in spontaneous CSF leaks, frequently associated with additional manifestations. Herein, attention is drawn to movement disorder as a notable manifestation of spontaneous CSF leaks. Design Four women and one man (ages 51–78 years) with spontaneous CSF leaks and movement disorders were evaluated clinically and by pertinent neuroimaging studies with follow-up of one to seven years (mean 3.2 years). Results The movement disorder consisted… CONTINUE READING
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