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PLA2G6-related parkinsonism presenting as adolescent behavior

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Kamel, W.A., Al-Hashel, J.Y., Abdulsalam, A.J. et al. PLA2G6-related parkinsonism presenting as adolescent behavior. Acta Neurol Belg 119, 621–622 (2019).

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