Micrographia due to focal cerebral lesions as Seen in the dysarthria-clumsy hand syndrome

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Five patients with dysarthria-clumsy hand syndrome developed micrographia. Four had lacunar infarctions involving the putamen or the genu of the internal capsule; the fifth patient had a small hemorrhage in the putamen. Micrographia may be a sign of focal cerebral disease, and basal ganglia dysfunction may be involved in the supratentorial dysarthria-clumsy hand syndrome.

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