Psychogenic dystonia and peripheral trauma.


Dystonia in association with peripheral trauma is a well-described clinical syndrome. The syndrome goes by many names--"traumatic" dystonia, "fixed" dystonia, peripherally induced dystonia, or complex region pain syndrome (CRPS) dystonia. We reviewed the role of peripheral trauma in the development of dystonia, focusing on 4 subtypes--cervical dystonia… (More)
DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182287aaf


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