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Prevalence of non-motor symptoms and their association with quality of life in cervical dystonia

Predictors of Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Cervical Dystonia

Relationship between the MDS-UPDRS and Quality of Life: A large multicenter study of 3206 patients

The Frequency and Self-perceived Impact on Daily Life of Motor and Non-motor Symptoms in Cervical Dystonia

Differences in MDS-UPDRS scores based on Hoehn and Yahr stage and disease duration: results of a large international multicentre study of 3206 patients (the QUALPD study)

Psychiatric co-morbidity is highly prevalent in idiopathic cervical dystonia and significantly influences health-related quality of life: Results of a controlled study

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