Vol 32 (12 Issues in 2017)
Edited by: Jose A. Obeso, MD, PhD
Print ISSN: 0885-3185 Online ISSN: 1531-8257
Impact Factor: 7.072
Movement Disorders is a peer-reviewed journal covering all topics of the field - both in clinical and basic science. Subscribers receive supplements on special topics in addition to 14 regular issues of the journal each year.
Movement Disorders publishes:
- Full Length Articles;
- Historical Reports;
- Brief Reports; and
Original manuscripts, such as those that have not yet been published elsewhere except in abstract form, on the diagnosis, therapeutics, pharmacology, biochemistry, physiology, etiology, genetics, and epidemiology of movement disorders, will be considered for publication.
Appropriate topics include the etiology, diagnosis, management, and basic science of:
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To view the Technical Note by Drs. Jog and Grantier on methods for digital video recording , storage, and communication of movement disorders, click here . This article is available to all readers.
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Movement Disorders is an official journal of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS).
The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is a professional society of 4,500 (+) members composed of clinicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals, who are interested in Parkinson's disease, related neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders, hyperkinetic movement disorders, and abnormalities in muscle tone and motor control. Visit www.movementdisorders.org for more information.