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mds22290.mpg12843KThe earlyview shows Segment 1, the illustrative case report described in the manuscript. Four segments will be provided on the supplemental DVD. Segment 1. A 42-year-old man with a spastic hypophonic speech, marked hypomimia, a risus sardonicus, incontinent laughter, severe apraxia of eyelid opening, moderate bradykinesia of his hands, more on the left and tremor in the legs. There were difficulties on attempted foot tapping, rising from a chair, and spontaneous falls backwards with no recovery on the pull test, a cock gait due to dystonia with festination and propulsion.

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