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"It is like a straitjacket" : Tallahassee Man Describes Life with Dystonia
The Dystonia diagnosis - and Brian's remarkable recovery - inspired his parents to donate one million dollars to Florida State University to train future doctors to recognize its symptoms and fund research by scientists like Dr. Pradeep Bhide.
A Day in the Life of a Nurse with Dystonia
I started my nursing career with dysphonia, cervical dystonia, and even generalized dystonia.
Dystonia: Why Some Patients Respond Better to Deep Brain Stimulation
There are two types of secondary dystonia, including static lesions, and progressive disorders.
Researchers hope brain's plasticity can be used to treat disorders
Exactly what triggers dystonia — an involuntary muscle contraction of the hand, fingers, neck or mouth, which is sometimes very painful — is unclear.
Mid-Iowa Deaths: March 12, 2016
Charlene Louise Shore, 73, of Eldora, passed away from complication of Dystonia on March 9, 2016, at Mary Greeley Israel Hospice House in Ames. Her body has been donated to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for further study of Dystonia.

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