Therapeutic Approaches to Psychogenic Movement Disorders

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Therapeutic Approaches to Psychogenic Movement Disorders Joseph Jankovic C. Robert Cloninger Stanley Fahn Mark Hallett Anthony E. Lang Daniel T. Williams ABSTRACT This review summarizes a roundtable discussion among experts…

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Psychogenic Injuries and the Law

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Psychogenic Injuries and the Law Michael I. Weintraub ABSTRACT The successful prosecution of a tort claim or a workers’ compensation claim requires proof that an objectively confirmed personal injury occurred….

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Treatment of Conversion Disorder

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Treatment of Conversion Disorder P. Rosebush Michael F. Mazurek ABSTRACT Over the course of 12 years, we have assessed and treated 45 patients with conversion disorder and have found that…

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The Diagnosis and Physiology of Psychogenic Tremor

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The Diagnosis and Physiology of Psychogenic Tremor Günther Deuschl Jan Raethjen Florian Kopper R. B. Govindan ABSTRACT Psychogenic tremor is a common movement disorder. We interpret the diagnostic criteria that…

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Natural History of Psychogenic Movement Disorders

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Natural History of Psychogenic Movement Disorders Daniel T. Williams Blair Ford Stanley Fahn Marc Williams ABSTRACT The term “psychogenic-neuropsychiatric movement disorders” (PNMDs) is advocated here for two reasons. The first…

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Clinical Neurophysiology of Myoclonus

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Clinical Neurophysiology of Myoclonus Peter Brown ABSTRACT Few tests are available that help in the positive diagnosis of psychogenic movement disorders. The presence of a readiness potential prior to muscle…

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The Sodium Amytal and Benzodiazepine Interview and Its Possible Application in Psychogenic Movement Disorders

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The Sodium Amytal and Benzodiazepine Interview and Its Possible Application in Psychogenic Movement Disorders Susanne A. Schneider Kailash P. Bhatia ABSTRACT Sodium amytal, a medium-acting barbiturate, was first described in…

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