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[Non epileptic paroxysmal movement disorders in childhood].

Paroxysmal movement disorders are not uncommon in childhood, but are probably under-recognised. Paroxysmal movement disorders are a distinctive group of disorders that represents various clinical situations, characterised by intermittent and episodic disturbances of movement. Diagnosis relies on semiological analysis, mainly based on parental description of the manifestations; video recording (during an EEG-video monitoring or home made video) are often helpful to establish the correct diagnosis. In the large majority of the cases, paroxysmal movement disorders are benign situations. Some of them are transient, as they spontaneously stop over time (benign torticolis of infancy, paroxysmal tonic upgaze). Being familiar with these disorders will lead to accurate diagnosis, so avoiding useless investigations. Most of the time, no treatment will be required, and the families will be informed of the good prognosis.

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