- •SGCE is the most predominant causative gene for myoclonus-dystonia.
- •The new SGCE nonsense mutation provides clinical information for the diagnosis and treatment of myoclonus-dystonia.
- •The features of the Archimedes spiral diagram help to identify different movement disorders.
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