Isolated dystonia is a neurological disorder of diverse etiology, multifactorial pathophysiology, and wide spectrum of clinical presentations. We review the recent neuroimaging advances that led to the conceptualization of dystonia as a neural network disorder and discuss how current knowledge is shaping the identification of biomarkers of dystonia and the development of novel pharmacological therapies.
Keywords: Connectome; Functional connectivity; Network disorder; Neurotransmission; Structural networks.
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