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Isolated cerebellar hemiatrophy related with focal dystonia
  1. Jong Sam Baik
  1. Correspondence to Dr Jong Sam Baik, Department of Neurology, Sanggye Paik Hospital, College of Medicine, Inje University, 761-1, Sanggye 7-dong, No won gu, Seoul 139-207, Korea; jsbaik{at}paik.ac.kr

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A 33-year-old right handed woman was presented with slowness and writing difficulty using her right hand for 4 years. She had no history of birth injury, infection and head trauma. When she was asked to keep her arms outstretched, dystonic posture of the right hand was developed. She showed mild dysmetric movement and external rotation of the right hand on finger-to-nose test (see video clip). …

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