The paroxysmal dyskinesias

@article{Bhatia1999ThePD,
  title={The paroxysmal dyskinesias},
  author={Kailash P Bhatia},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={246},
  pages={149-155}
}
The clinical, pathophysiological and genetic features of some of the paroxysmal movement disorders are reviewed. Paroxysmal kinesigenic choreoathetosis/dyskinesias (PKC/PKD) is a condition in which brief and frequent dyskinetic attacks are provoked by sudden movement. PKC is more common in men and can be idiopathic (commonly familial) or due to a variety of causes. The pathophysiology of PKC is uncertain but it could be an ion-channel disorder. Antiepileptic drugs particularly carbamazepine are… CONTINUE READING

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