Crural and axial myoclonic dystonia following meralgia paraesthetica

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Abstract

A 49-year-old man developed a syndrome of crural-axial dystonia combined with segmental myoclonus 3 months after the onset of meralgia paraesthetica of the left leg. The association of this remarkable movement disorder with the pain syndrome is discussed.

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