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mds21779.mpg13834KSegment 1. Before amantadine: She makes continuous repetitive meaningless movements; checking, arranging, and polishing cups, chopsticks, trays, and things on the table. Segment 2. After amantadine: She pays much less attention to the goods in her hands (pencil and roulette this time) and knees (hat). Both videos were taken at on stage

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