Palatal myoclonus secondary to neurosarcoidosis.
Dharaiya D, and Memon AB. Palatal myoclonus secondary to neurosarcoidosis. Clin Case Rep 2020.
Clin Case Rep
Palatal myoclonus can be primary or secondary. In primary palatal myoclonus, no obvious structural brain lesions can be found within the triangle of Guillain and Mollaret. Common causes of secondary myoclonus include stroke, demyelination, infections, trauma, and neurodegeneration.
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