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jws-mds.21416.mpg13348KThe early view short clip shows Segments 1 and 3 of the full video. Segment 1.Movements before (A) and 60 min after (B) to L-dopa treatment (A) Facies generally poorly animated with slow opening and closing of mouth slow extraocular movement show bilateral ptosis, external ophthalmoplegia of eye movements in all directions. But no rest tremor was present. (B) Facial animation and coordination of movements increased. Segment 3.(A) Hand opening and closing relatively slow. (B) Hand opening generally more fluent, rapid and increased amplitude. Increased dyskinetic movement of limbs and torso noted following L-dopa.

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