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Specific myoclonic syndromes 

Specific myoclonic syndromes
Specific myoclonic syndromes

Ivan Donaldson

, C. David Marsden

, Susanne A. Schneider

, and Kailash P. Bhatia

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date: 18 May 2022

In this chapter we will deal with three specific myoclonic syndromes. They are separated out for they present particular problems of recognition, differential diagnosis, and investigation for the clinician. They are asterixis, progressive myoclonus ataxia, and progressive myoclonic epilepsy (the Ramsay Hunt syndrome).

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