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Stringhalt , Shivers , and Other Hard-to-Classify Movement Disorders

@inproceedings{MacKay2015StringhaltS,
  title={Stringhalt , Shivers , and Other Hard-to-Classify Movement Disorders},
  author={R. MacKay and Louise H. Courtelis},
  year={2015}
}
  • R. MacKay, Louise H. Courtelis
  • Published 2015
  • CONTROL OF MOVEMENT BY THE EXTRAPYRAMIDAL SYSTEM Normal movement is produced and coordinated by a group of interacting motor centers distributed throughout the brain at sites including the motor cortex, interior cerebrum, and brainstem. Collectively, these motor centers and their connections are known as the extrapyramidal system (EPS). Even the most simple movements are guided by proprioceptive or other sensory input from the body and limbs, vestibular system, and cerebellum, and regulated and… CONTINUE READING
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