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Other specific causes of symptomatic generalized myoclonus 

Other specific causes of symptomatic generalized myoclonus
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Other specific causes of symptomatic generalized myoclonus
Author(s):

Ivan Donaldson

, C. David Marsden

, Susanne A. Schneider

, and Kailash P. Bhatia

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780192619112.003.0877
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date: 29 May 2020

In this chapter we will consider, in broad groups, other causes of generalized symptomatic myoclonus not dealt with elsewhere. In particular, we will concentrate on post-anoxic myoclonus, Creutzfeld–Jakob disease, viral and post-infectious myoclonus, myoclonus in dementia, toxic and drug-induced myoclonus, and metabolic myoclonus.

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