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Transient dystonia as a complication of varicella.
  1. S M Gollomp,
  2. S Fahn
  1. Neurological Institute of New York, New York.


    A case of transient post-varicella lingual-mandibular dystonia is presented. This case was compared with the eight previously reported instances of involuntary movement disorders which rarely follow varicella infection.

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