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mds21562-MDS21562.mpg5958KInvoluntary repetitive shock-like jerks of the upper limbs and trunk and, to a lesser extent, of the lower limbs and neck. The jerks could occur in all body positions and could be elicited by cutaneous sensory stimuli. They were characterized as propriospinal myoclonus.

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