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Archived Comments for: Extrapontine myelinolysis presenting as acute parkinsonism

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  1. tremor type?

    Michael Swash, Royal London Hospital

    4 October 2006

    I wonder of Haider Katifi and colleagues could enlarge on the description of the tremor they observed in their patient? They do not describe its characteristics, and one wonders if it was resting, postural or action in type,and at what frequency. Also whether it was distal or proximal and had a rotary component or not. In other words, was it tyical of IPD or atypical and if so in what respects? One assumes it was atypicalk in many respects given the described lesion location

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