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Things dystonia often describes (“dystonia ________”)
syndrome, parkinsonism, family, families

Descriptive words:
focal, cervical, idiopathic, acute, tardive, generalized, responsive, primary, paroxysmal, onset, progressive, induced, laryngeal, hereditary, oromandibular, nocturnal, cranial, secondary, severe, segmental, psychogenic, symptomatic, axial, familial, myoclonic, vegetative, persistent, facial, orofacial, autosomal, spastic, nuchal, dominant, painful, hypnogenic, generalised, unilateral, transient, doparesponsive, period, recessive, craniocervical, pharyngeal, mild, linked, lingual, multifocal, truncal, intractable, chronic, hemiplegic, kinesigenic, muscular, prominent, occupational, neurovegetative, postural, neurocirculatory, posttraumatic, isolated, intermittent, contralateral, resistant, sporadic, traumatic, delayed, associated, infantile, torsional, morning, autonomic, extrapyramidal, atypical, opening, cranialcervical, refractory, tonic

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