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mds21489-MDS21489.mpg13732KSegment 1. The patient presented a focal dystonic posture of left wrist. In addition, the left index presented a permanent dystonic movement while involuntary slow, irregular, permanent abnormal movements of his left fingers were noticed. Alternate movements of his left hand were disrupted.Segment 2. After 60 mg clobazam oral intake, the patient presented a significant reduction of the abnormal movements of the left index, third and fourth fingers while the abnormal movement seemed more pronounced in the fifth finger. An improvement of alternate movements of his left hand was also observed.

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