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J Korean Neurol Assoc. 1992 Jun;10(2):248-251. Korean. Original Article.
Heo JH , Lee MS , Kim JS .
Department of Neurology, College of Medicine, Yoensei University.

Diphenylbydantoin-induced movement disorders have been rarely reported. They include choreoathetosis, orofacial dyskinesia, asterixis, dystonia, and ballismus. A patient with epllepsy, who showed orofacial dyskinesia with toxic cerebellar syrnptoms after longterm use of diphenylhydantoin is presented. The involuntary movement rapidily disappeared with a reduction of diphenylhydantoin dose.

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