Evaluation of infantile dystonia

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Albanese A, Bhatia K, Bressman SB, et al. Phenomenology and classification of dystonia: a consensus update. Mov Disord. 2013 Jun 15;28(7):863-73.Full text  Abstract

Jan MM. Misdiagnosis in children with dopa-responsive dystonia. Pediatr Neurol. 2004 Oct;31(4):298-303. Abstract

Marras C, Lang A, van de Warrenburg BP, et al. Nomenclature of genetic movement disorders: Recommendations of the international Parkinson and movement disorder society task force. Mov Disord. 2016 Apr;31(4):436-57. Abstract

Balint B, Bhatia KP. Isolated and combined dystonia syndromes - an update on new genes and their phenotypes. Eur J Neurol. 2015 Apr;22(4):610-7. Abstract

Kuiper A, Eggink H, Tijssen MA, et al. Neurometabolic disorders are treatable causes of dystonia. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2016 Aug - Sep;172(8-9):455-64. Abstract

Jankovich J, Penn AS. Severe dystonia and myoglobinuria. Neurology. 1982 Oct;32(10):1195-7. Abstract

Pierro MM, Bollea L, Di Rosa G, et al. Anoxic brain injury following near-drowning in children. Rehabilitation outcome: three case reports. Brain Inj. 2005 Dec;19(13):1147-55. Abstract

Fernández-Alvarez E. Prevalence of paediatric movement disorders. In: Fernández-Alvarez E, Arzimanoglou A, Tolosa E, eds. Paediatric movement disorders. Montrouge, France: John Libbey Eurotext; 2005:1-18.

Sanger TD. Toward a definition of childhood dystonia. Curr Opin Pediatr. 2004 Dec;16(6):623-7. Abstract

Fernández-Alvarez E. Dystonia. The paediatric perspective. Eur J Neurol. 2010 Jul;17 Suppl 1:46-51. Abstract

Sanger TD, Chen D, Fehlings DL, et al. Definition and classification of hyperkinetic movements in childhood. Mov Disord. 2010 Aug 15;25(11):1538-49. Abstract

Albanese A, Barnes MP, Bhatia KP, et al. A systematic review on the diagnosis and treatment of primary (idiopathic) dystonia and dystonia plus syndromes: report of an EFNS/MDS-ES task force. Eur J Neurol. 2006 May;13(5):433-44. Abstract

Assmann B, Surtees R, Hoffmann GF. Approach to the diagnosis of neurotransmitter diseases exemplified by the differential diagnosis of childhood-onset dystonia. Ann Neurol. 2003;54 Suppl 6:S18-24. Abstract

Demirkiran M, Jankovic J. Paroxysmal dyskinesias: clinical features and classification. Ann Neurol. 1995 Oct;38(4):571-9. Abstract

Silver K, Andermannn F. Alternating hemiplegia of childhood: a study of 10 patients and results of flunarizine treatment. Neurology. 1993 Jan;43(1):36-41. Abstract

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