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Bilateral Striatal Syndromes
Pediatric Neurology Briefs
tongue movements with the initiation of CBZ treatment for complex partial seizures, and the absence of other etiologies, suggests that CBZ was the likely cause. Additional cases of carbamazepine-related tics and other movement disorders have been reported. The contingent negative variation (CNV), a slow brain potential which may reflect the level of central dopamine and is a measure of arousal and attention, has been studied in patients with Tourettedoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-7-11-3 fatcat:kx2i6zlu5nhddolxdvswfm27xa