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Gait dysfunction in neuroacanthocytosis

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Gait dysfunction in neuroacanthocytosis

A 39-year-old man with neuroacanthocytosis illustrates the bizarre gait that can result from a combination of chorea, dystonia, and exaggerated extensor posturing. (Contributed by Dr. Hubert Fernandez.)

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  • Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation (formerly known as Hallervorden Spatz syndrome)
  • Tourette syndrome
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