Movement Disorders-Clinical Practice Vol. 1 Issue 2

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June 2014
Vol. 1 Issue 2
 

Phenomenology Video

A Little Something for the Palate
Seby John, Norman K. So and Jinny Tavee
Article Video
 

Reviews

Sleep Disorders in Atypical Parkinsonism
Sabra M. Abbott and Aleksandar Videnovic
Article
 

Research Article

MDS-Sponsored Scale Translation Program: Process, Format, and Clinimetric Testing Plan for the MDS-UPDRS and UDysRS
Christopher G. Goetz, Glenn T. Stebbins, Lu Wang, Nancy R. LaPelle, Sheng Luo and Barbara C. Tilley
Article

 

Clinical Vignette

Hereditary Diffuse Leucoencephalopathy and Spheroids Resulting From a Mutation in CSF1R: A Rare Cause of Parkinsonism
Anna Molloy, Laura Williams, Michael Farrell and Sean O'Riordan
Article   Video

 

Case Series

Prominent Lower-Limb Involvement in a Family with Myoclonus-Dystonia
Christopher Kobylecki, Dinesh Damodaran, Bronwyn Kerr, Richard W. Newton and Monty A. Silverdale
Article Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3

The Clinical Spectrum of Ataxia with Oculomotor Apraxia Type 2
Florian Brugger MD, Michael Schüpbach MD, Michel Koenig MD, PhD, René Müri MD, PhD, Stephan Bohlhalter MD, Alain Kaelin-Lang MD, PhD, Christian P. Kamm MD and Georg Kägi MD
Article   Video

Psychogenic Movement Disorders: Gait Is a Give-Away!
Bettina Balint, Lisa M.L. van Winsen, Kailash P. Bhatia and Bas R. Bloem
Article Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3

Post-Traumatic Shoulder Movement Disorders: A Challenging Differential Diagnosis Between Organic and Functional
Sanjay Pandey, Fatta Nahab, Jason Aldred, John Nutt and Mark Hallett
Article Video

Characteristic 'Forcible' Geste Antagoniste in Oromandibular Dystonia Resulting From Pantothenate Kinase-Associated Neurodegeneration
Igor N. Petrovi, MD, Nikola Kresojevi, MD, Christos Ganos MD, Marina Svetel PhD, Nataša Dragaševi, PhD, Kailash P. Bhatia MD, FRCP and Vladimir S. Kosti, MD, FRCP
Article Video

 

Case Reports

Jaw-Opening Oromandibular Dystonia Associated With Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 2
Antonella Antenora, Silvio Peluso, Francesco Saccà MD, Giuseppe De Michele and Alessandro Filla
Article Video

Atypical PLA2G6-Associated Neurodegeneration: Social Communication Impairment, Dystonia and Response to Deep Brain Stimulation
Laura Cif, Manju A. Kurian, Victoria Gonzalez, Sara Garcia-Ptacek, Thomas Roujeau, Philippe Gelisse, Ana Maria Moura de Ribeiro, Arielle Crespel, Lesley MacPherson and Philippe Coubes
Article Video

Paroxysmal Kinesigenic Dystonia in a Lesch-Nyhan Disease Variant
Beatriz De La Casa-Fages MD, PhD, Javier R. Pérez-Sánchez MD and Francisco Grandas MD, PhD
Article Video

Posthemorrhagic Hemiparkinsonism Treated by Unilateral Pallidal Stimulation
Josefina Martínez-Simón MD, Carmen Sáez-Zea PhD, Majed J. Katati MD, PhD, Francisco Escamilla-Sevilla MD, PhD and Adolfo Mínguez-Castellanos MD, PhD
Article Video

Perimenstrual Fluctuations in Two Siblings With Early-Onset Parkinson's Disease
Fabienne S. Sprenger MD, Klaus Seppi MD, Elisabeth Wolf MD and Werner Poewe MD
Article

Pallidal Deep Brain Stimulation in DYT6: Significant Long-Term Improvement of Dystonia and Disability
Sara França MD, João Massano MD, Paulo Linhares MD, Maria José Rosas MD and Jens Volkmann MD, PhD
Article Video

The Pirouette Test to Evaluate Asymmetry in Parkinsonian Gait Freezing
Martin M. Reich MD, Anna D. Sawalhe MD, Frank Steigerwald MD, Silvia Johannes MD, Cordula Matthies MD and Jens Volkmann MD, PhD
Article Video 1 | Video 2

Fixed Dystonia of the Tongue
Roberto Erro, Carla Cordivari, Santiago Catania, Kailash P. Bhatia and Mark J. Edwards
Article Video

 

How Do I?

How Do I Test For Postural Stability?
Christopher Goetz MD,  Padmaja Vittal MD, MS and John Maldonado BS
Article  Video | Leave a Comment

Clinical Practice

Editors

Dr. Marcelo Merello, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief
Western Hemisphere


Prof. Kailash Bhatia, MD, DM, FRCP
Editor-in-Chief
Eastern Hemisphere
 

 

Welcome Video from the Editors

About Movement Disorders-Clinical Practice

Movement Disorders - Clinical Practice is an online journal committed to publishing high-quality, peer reviewed articles related to clinical aspects of movement disorders. These broadly include:

  • Phenomenology (interesting case, case series, rarities)
  • Investigative (genetics, imaging)
  • Translational (phenotype-genotype, etc.)
  • Treatment aspects (clinical guidelines, diagnostic and treatment algorithms)


In addition, the journal encourages the publication of educative material (solicited and unsolicited reviews),
clinical-pathological cases,
drug trial results and task force reports related to the field of movement disorders.

Submission of multimedia materials (videos, podcasts, graphics, etc.) accompanying all types of articles is encouraged.

Read Editors' Welcome Message in Movement Disorders - Clinical Practice.

 

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