Episode: A New Classification System for Diagnosing Dystonia: Dr. Anthony E. Lang Responds


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A New Classification System for Diagnosing Dystonia: Dr. Anthony E. Lang Responds
Experts on dystonia teamed up to bring an old definition and a classification system up to date. Anthony E. Lang, MD, a movement disorders specialist at the University of Toronto, talks to Neurology Today about the new consensus report — what they changed, what they kept in, and why — to make the diagnosis of dystonia more accurate. For the full story, see the September 5 issue of Neurology Today.

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