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Stiff-person syndrome (1)

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Stiff-person syndrome (1)

Slow and deliberate ("tin-soldier") gait is due to cocontraction of agonist and antagonist muscles. The paraspinal muscles are hypertrophied. (Contributed by Dr. Joseph Jankovic.)

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