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Movement disorders and sleep
Which of the following movement disorders is present (persists) during sleep

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Thanks!Movement disorder & neuroopth videos are a great idea.  If I'm able to find some, I'll definitely put them up here.  Any ideas where I might encounter someIn the meantime, here are a couple of questions on FrontalCortex that have animations...
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Corticalbasal ganglionic degeneration, coronal section of brain 3 thalamus and basal ganglia. (image)

Prion Infections
Infection without inflammation – Prion diseases    A. PathogenesisHuman spongiform encephalopathies are a group of disorders that share certain clinical, pathological, and pathogenetic features. All cause a progressive, fatal, dementing illness; most...