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For patients in which shuddering attacks are co-morbid with other disorders such as epileptic seizures, developmental delay, head tremor, dystonia, etc, the prognosis should follow that of the concurrent disorder. Since shuddering attacks are benign and self-limited, no treatment is necessary [2,5]. [...] their pathophysiology becomes further elucidated, we recommend that shuddering attacks and BMEI continue to be considered as separate entities based on their different phenomenology.
Shuddering attacks Jennifer A Riehl; Jonathan W Mink Journal of Pediatric Neurology; 2010; 8, 1; Docstoc pg. 25 Reproduced with permi
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