A patient with haloperidol-induced, tardive blepharospasm and typical perioral dyskinesia (stereotypies).
The dramatic presentation of a young man with a frightening, obviously painful, generalized dystonic storm (segment 1). Dystonic features include characteristic orofacial
This video displays an akinetic-mutistic young man with typical posturing (note his catalepsy: the tonic maintenance for a long period of time of a limb in a potentially
52-year-old patient with restless legs syndrome. Nocturnal polysomnography with (from top to bottom) electro-oculography, chin electromyography, electro-encephalography
This fragment shows a rebound nystagmus in the same patient, elicited after a prolonged (20 seconds) eccentric gaze. During this eccentric gaze (in darkness, looking at a briefly
This video demonstrates a downbeat nystagmus in a young patient (aged 27 years) with presumably hereditary cerebellar degeneration. In the primary position
A gaze-evoked nystagmus in a female patient presenting with cerebellar degeneration secondary to superficial siderosis is shown. Holding her eyes in an eccentric