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A 9-year-old male with intellectual disability and epilepsy presenting with a progressive movement disorder characterized by chorea and dystonia primarily affecting the left face, arm, and leg and attributed to an arteriovenous malformation centered within the right thalamus with bilateral extension into the basal ganglia, midbrain and pons is reported.

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Raskin, J. S., Parnes, M., & Lam, S. (2019). Progressive chorea and dystonia associated with a large arteriovenous malformation. Journal of the International Child Neurology Association, 1(1).


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