Putamen volume in idiopathic focal dystonia.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1998
We find no evidence of putaminal atrophy or degeneration in adult-onset idiopathic focal dystonia. In fact, in this group, the putamen is about 10% larger in patients than in matched control subjects. This finding may reflect a response to the dystonia or may relate to its cause.
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