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Perlmutter used PET scans, which highlight areas of increased blood flow, to gauge brain activity in six people, aged 24 to 72, suffering from writer's cramp in the right hand.
Subthreshold lowfrequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the premotor cortex modulates writer's cramp.
And then there were the hours spent analyzing footage of Australia's batsmen, complete with the writer's cramp that followed.
I'M just recovering from writer's cramp signing the full set of a limited edition prints of me pictured on the Holgate End fence.
Whether or not Donald will still have writer's cramp after next Saturday remains to be seen, for he is facing the stiffest opposition since last year's North West when he had a practise smash and injured his two heels.
Yeah, OK, writer's cramp, no problem, some dosh please.
Poor Donald Rumsfeld will probably get writer's cramp signing all those sympathy letters.
Although dystonia is a widespread disorder, covering everything from writer's cramp and involuntary blinks to affecting every part of the body,it is one of the least known.
The highlighter-pen crew have got writer's cramp colouring in their form books about the Pontefract race because not only did runner-up Broadway Score come out and win the ultra-competitive Rosebery Handicap on Saturday but the third Dutch Gold also went close in the Easter Stakes.
Chief Insp Mike Slater, of Rugby police, said: "She told me she got writer's cramp going down one road because of all the tickets she was issuing.
I'm recovering from writer's cramp after sending out hundreds of letters to all the football academies in England, plus the managers of League clubs outside the Premiership, asking them to tip me off about any good young kids with a streak of Tartan.
Disgusted" of Solihull and "Appalled" of Stourbridge must be getting writer's cramp from penning so many protest letters.