Why are voluntary head movements in cervical dystonia slow?


INTRODUCTION Rapid head movements associated with a change in fixation (head saccades) have been reported to be slow in cervical dystonia (CD). Such slowing is typically measured as an increase in time to complete a movement. The mechanisms responsible for this slowing are poorly understood. METHODS We measured head saccades in 11 CD patients and 11… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.parkreldis.2015.03.005



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@article{Shaikh2015WhyAV, title={Why are voluntary head movements in cervical dystonia slow?}, author={Aasef G. Shaikh and Aaron B Wong and David S. Zee and Hamida Amirali Jinnah}, journal={Parkinsonism & related disorders}, year={2015}, volume={21 6}, pages={561-6} }