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Brueghel's Syndrome, Report Of A Case With Postmortem Studies

E. García-Albea, O. Franch, D. Muñoz, J. Ricoy
Published 1981 · Medicine

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A patient with Brueghel's syndrome is described, who died following a seven year history of oromandibular dystonia with blepharospasm. Postmortem examination of the central nervous system revealed no abnormalities.
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