oldDisorders of movement

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Disorders of movement are common in patients with neurological abnormalities in the central or peripheral nervous system. A deeper understanding of these aberrations will help improve the diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic strategies in these patients. The emphasis lies on understanding the behavioral characteristics, the underlying pathophysiology, and the associated neuroplasticity.

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