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Hypoglycaemic injury spares thalamus, spoils striatum and leaves only a rest tremor
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    I thank Drs. Onder and Jahanroshan for their interest in this report. They raise excellent points. A video would have added a great deal, however I was unable to locate proxies to consent for such a recording during the time of what was a short lived tremor. An EEG done prior to the appearance of the tremor showed global slowing with no epileptiform activity. I can't exclude self limited hypoxia prior to being found bu...

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    Rest tremor due to hypoglycaemic injury?
    • Halil Onder, Neurology Doctor
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      • Javid Jahanroshan

    Title Page: Rest tremor due to hypoglycaemic injury? 1Halil Onder, 2 Javid Jahanroshan

    1Department of Neurology, Yozgat State Hospital, Yozgat, Turkey 2Department of Neurology, Hacettepe University Hospital, Turkey

    Corresponding author: Halil Onder Department of Neurology, Yozgat State Hospital, Yozgat, Turkey Post Code: 66000 Telephone number: 4442066 email:

    Key words: Hypo...

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