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jws-mds.20964.mpg13434K Segment 1. The subject at the 1-month postoperative evaluation, off medications overnight and with DBS stimulators on, demonstrates moderate Parkinsonism without dyskinesia. Segment 2. The subject at the same 1-month postoperative evaluation off medications overnight, approximately 2 minutes after turning off the DBS stimulators, demonstrates choreiform dyskinesia primarily of the facial muscles, neck, and legs and dystonic dyskinesia of the left arm, along with increased mobility. Segment 3. The subject at the 6-month postoperative evaluation, off medications overnight and with DBS stimulators on, demonstrates modest Parkinsonism that is improved compared to his 1-month postoperative evaluation and no dyskinesia. Segment 4. The subject at the 6-month postoperative evaluation off medications overnight, approximately 2 minutes after turning off the DBS stimulators, demonstrates choreiform dyskinesia primarily of the facial muscles, neck, and legs, along with increased mobility.

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