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Is it, or isn’t it? EFHC1 mutations in epilepsy

Back at the European Neurological Society I went to a session on “What every young neurologist should know”. And apart from a few general career comments, it was clear that the crucial skill a 21st century neurologist needs to learn, according to the organisers, was a thorough appreciation of genetics. 

And we can see why. Modern genetic investigations have completely revolutionised neurological subspecialties: More than 40 single-gene causes of movement disorders have been described, many of which are now tested for routinely in the clinical setting and can transform the diagnosis and management of affected patients. 
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