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Spontaneous Oral‐facial Dyskinesia

P. Altrocchi, L. Forno
Published 1983 · Medicine

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The neuropathologic findings in a previously reported patient with spontaneous oral-facial dyskinesia are presented. The main microscopic abnormalities were limited to the dorsal halves of the caudate and putamen, which showed a unique pattern of neuronal cell loss and severe gliosis, giving a mosaic appearance. These findings differ from those of other known hereditary or acquired involuntary movement disorders.
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