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Abstract

We report on a patient with cranio–cervical dystonia injected with the new, lower protein formulation of botulinum toxin A who developed secondary resistance to this toxin. Subsequent injections with botulinum toxin B provided substantial reduction of blepharospasm. This is the first reported case of secondary resistance to the new preparation of botulinum toxin A. © 2002 Movement Disorder Society