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    Default SPS masquerading as more common movement disorders (abstract)

    This abstract of an article in Neurology (April 2017) describes a couple of cases where SPS was misdiagnosed. The authors are affiliated with the University of Florida (Gainesville).

    http://n.neurology.org/content/88/16_Supplement/P5.024.short
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    This is a good catch Agate! Thanks for the information.

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