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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · January 29, 2024

Comorbid Neurotrauma Worsens Neurodegeneration-Related Cognitive, Motor, and Autonomic Dysfunction in Patients With REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

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Comorbid neurotrauma increases neurodegenerative-relevant cognitive, motor, and autonomic dysfunction in patients with REM sleep behavior disorder: A substudy of the North American Prodromal Synucleinopathy Consortium
Sleep 2024 Jan 05;[EPub Ahead of Print], JE Elliott, BR Ligman, MD Bryant-Ekstrand, AT Keil, K Powers, C Olivo, L Neilson, RB Postuma, A Pelletier, JF Gagnon, Z Gan-Or, E Yu, L Liu, EK St Louis, LK Forsberg, JA Fields, OA Ross, DE Huddleston, DL Bliwise, AY Avidan, MJ Howell, CH Schenck, J McLeland, SR Criswell, A Videnovic, EH During, MG Miglis, DR Shprecher, JK Lee-Iannotti, BF Boeve, YS Ju, MM Lim

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