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Hemiatrophy in patients with posttraumatic hemiparkinsonism or hemidystonia

(A) Hemiatrophy of the left-sided lower limb. (B) The right lower limb is significantly shorter and smaller than the left lower limb, and the right foot was in an abducted posture. (C) Compared to the right calf, the left calf shows hemiatrophy. (D) Atrophy of the left arm and back muscles. (Source: He C, Zhang P, Li Y, et al. Hemiparkinsonism or hemidystonia with hemiatrophy syndrome: a case series with follow-up. Front Neurosci 2020;14:64. Creative Commons Attribution [CC BY] license,

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