Reader response: Video NeuroImages: Paraneoplastic spinal myoclonus associated with Caspr2 antibodies

Hines et al.1 presented spinal myoclonus secondary to Caspr2 antibodies, including a video of intermittent right-leg jerks and an EMG tracing of activity in the rectus abdominis, purporting to show a unique EMG pattern.

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