Background: High-frequency pallidal stimulation has been shown to improve various types of dystonia, including myoclonus-dystonia. Case Report: We report a case of epsilon sarcoglycan mutation-negative myoclonus–dystonia with response to low-frequency bilateral pallidal stimulation. Discussion: Low-frequency pallidal stimulation provides an effective means of treating various dystonias, regardless of genetic status, as in our case, as it provides increased programming options with fewer adverse effects.
|Journal||Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements|
|State||Published - 2017|
- Deep brain stimulation
- Low-frequency stimulation