Propriospinal myoclonus revisited: Clinical, neurophysiologic, and neuroradiologic findings.

@article{Roze2009PropriospinalMR,
  title={Propriospinal myoclonus revisited: Clinical, neurophysiologic, and neuroradiologic findings.},
  author={Emmanuel Roze and Pierre Bounolleau and Denis Ducreux and Val{\'e}erie Cochen and Smeranda Leu-Semenescu and Yara Beaugendre and M-C Lavallard-Rousseau and Anne Blancher and F Bourdain and Patrick Dupont and Laurence Carluer and Luc Verdure and Marie Vidailhet and Emmanuelle Apartis},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 15},
  pages={1301-9}
}
OBJECTIVE The literature on propriospinal myoclonus (PSM) is poor and there are no systematic reviews of the subject. We sought to clarify the spectrum of PSM. METHODS We first prospectively investigated all patients seen in our movement disorders clinic with a firm diagnosis of PSM between 2002 and 2007. All had a standardized interview, detailed clinical examination, laboratory investigations, comprehensive neurophysiologic examination, and spinal cord MRI, including diffusion tensor… CONTINUE READING
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