Paediatric Movement Disorders - Progress in understanding.pdf

Paediatric Movement Disorders - Progress in understanding PDF

Emilio Fernandez-Alvarez

Paediatric Movement Disorders is a relatively new and exciting field of Child Neurology. The present book represents the outcome of an international symposium, organized as a forum for exchange between both adult and child neurologists. The contributions of highly qualified experts represent the state of the art of this rapidly expanding field. A source of thought for progress in further understanding, it will prove to be a useful tool to both clinicians and scientists.

Dystonia. The paediatric perspective, European … Dystonia. The paediatric perspective Dystonia. The paediatric perspective Fernández‐Alvarez, E. 2010-07-01 00:00:00 Introduction Children with dystonia present an extraordinarily broad range of diagnostic possibilities ranging from benign self‐limiting disorders to catastrophic ones. Many of these disorders are rare. The aim of this article is to provide the reader with a fast overview of

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Paediatric Movement Disorders - Progress in understanding.pdf


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