Adult-onset dystonia. - Adult onset multi-focal dystonia
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When adult-onset dystonia affects 2 non-contiguous parts of the body or more than 2 parts of the body, the condition is called multifocal. Most isolated dystonias, particularly those with onset in later adulthood, e.g. cervical dystonia or blepharospasm, can progress from focal to multifocal or.