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Figure 1: (a) Repetitive very-short duration, high-amplitude generalized myoclonic discharges in a patient with progressive myoclonus epilepsy (recordings on unilateral upper extremity). (b) High-amplitude long-loop reflex (arrow) in the patient with progressive myoclonus epilepsy (recordings on abductor pollicis brevis muscle). (c) Trains of myoclonic discharges triggered by action followed by long-duration negative myoclonus in a case with action myoclonus-renal failure on upper extremities. (d) Positive myoclonic discharges and negative myoclonic discharges with durations up to 50 ms in a patient with Niemann–Pick disease on upper extremities. (e and f) Long duration, semi-rhythmic trains of spasm-like discharges on facial, truncal or extremity muscles in subacute sclerosing panencephalitis

Figure 1: (a) Repetitive very-short duration, high-amplitude generalized myoclonic discharges in a patient with progressive myoclonus epilepsy (recordings on unilateral upper extremity). (b) High-amplitude long-loop reflex (arrow) in the patient with progressive myoclonus epilepsy (recordings on abductor pollicis brevis muscle). (c) Trains of myoclonic discharges triggered by action followed by long-duration negative myoclonus in a case with action myoclonus-renal failure on upper extremities. (d) Positive myoclonic discharges and negative myoclonic discharges with durations up to 50 ms in a patient with Niemann–Pick disease on upper extremities. (e and f) Long duration, semi-rhythmic trains of spasm-like discharges on facial, truncal or extremity muscles in subacute sclerosing panencephalitis