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Publisher’s Erratum: Spinal-generated movement disorders: a clinical review

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The original article was published in Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders 2015 2:18

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Following publication of the original article [1], it was noticed that the video files for this article (included as supplementary material) were not functioning correctly. Please see below for the corrected files:

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    Termsarasab P, et al. Spinal-generated movement disorders: a clinical review. J Clin Mov Disord. 2015;2:18.

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Correspondence to Pichet Termsarasab.

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The online version of the original article can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40734-015-0028-1.

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Video segment 1 demonstrates the phenomenology of spinal segmental myoclonus, priopriospinal myoclonus (PSM) and stiff limb syndrome. See section on Video segments for more details.

Video segment 2 demonstrates the rich phenomenology of orthostatic tremor (OT) in five patients. See section on Video segments for more details.

Video segment 3 demonstrates the phenomenology of painful legs-moving toes (PLMT) and painful hands-moving fingers (PHMF) syndromes. See section on Video segments for more details.

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Video segment 1 demonstrates the phenomenology of spinal segmental myoclonus, priopriospinal myoclonus (PSM) and stiff limb syndrome. See section on Video segments for more details.

Additional file 2:

Video segment 2 demonstrates the rich phenomenology of orthostatic tremor (OT) in five patients. See section on Video segments for more details.

Additional file 3:

Video segment 3 demonstrates the phenomenology of painful legs-moving toes (PLMT) and painful hands-moving fingers (PHMF) syndromes. See section on Video segments for more details.

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