Emotional well-being and pain could be a greater determinant of quality of life compared to motor severity in cervical dystonia

Lisa Klingelhoefer*, Maximilian Kaiser, Anna Sauerbier, Robert Untucht, Miriam Wienecke, Könül Mammadova, Björn Falkenburger, Olaf Gregor, K. Ray Chaudhuri, Heinz Reichmann

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