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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · April 06, 2021

No Association Seen Between Group A Streptococcus Exposure and Tic Exacerbations



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Association of Group A Streptococcus Exposure and Exacerbations of Chronic Tic Disorders: A Multinational Prospective Cohort Study
Neurology 2021 Mar 23;96(12)e1680-e1693, D Martino, A Schrag, Z Anastasiou, A Apter, N Benaroya-Milstein, M Buttiglione, F Cardona, R Creti, A Efstratiou, T Hedderly, I Heyman, C Huyser, M Madruga, P Mir, A Morer, N Mol Debes, N Moll, N Müller, K Müller-Vahl, A Munchau, P Nagy, KJ Plessen, C Porcelli, R Rizzo, V Roessner, J Schnell, M Schwarz, L Skov, T Steinberg, Z Tarnok, S Walitza, A Dietrich, PJ Hoekstra

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