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Keywords:

  • cough;
  • Wilson's disease;
  • dyskinesia

Abstract

A 26-year-old man developed an unusual repetitive, nonproductive cough. Extensive pulmonary and otolaryngology investigations failed to disclose a cause. It was only after he developed additional neurological manifestations ultimately leading to the diagnosis of Wilson's disease (WD) that a neurological basis for the cough was suspected. Features of the cough suggest it was a form of respiratory dyskinesia, a previously unreported presentation of WD. © 2005 Movement Disorder Society