Neuroimaging Applications in Dystonia

Citation:

Kristina Simonyan. 2018. “Neuroimaging Applications in Dystonia.” Int Rev Neurobiol, 143, Pp. 1-30.
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Neuroimaging Applications in Dystonia

Abstract:

Dystonia is a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary, repetitive movements. Although the precise mechanisms of dystonia development remain unknown, the diversity of its clinical phenotypes is thought to be associated with multifactorial pathophysiology, which is linked not only to alterations of brain organization, but also environmental stressors and gene mutations. This chapter will present an overview of the pathophysiology of isolated dystonia through the lens of applications of major neuroimaging methodologies, with links to genetics and environmental factors that play a prominent role in symptom manifestation.
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