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Dystonia: Sources and notes

- Djarmati A et al. Mutations in THAP1 (DYT6) and generalised dystonia with prominent spasmodic dysphonia: a genetic screening study. Lancet neurology, 2009.
- Unintentional Abnormal Movements, College of Neurology Teachers

Author: Dr. Ada Picard.
Expert consultant: Dr. Nathalie Patte Karsenti, neurologist.

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