“He will never be a normal child, but it is possible, while he is still so small, to forget this and to mistake his strange dystonic dance for purpose of a kind.”
“As far as Ego-dystonic homosexuality goes it is in the Diagnostic Standards Manual (every version since DSM#3) if you don't like it go yell at the American Psychiatric Association, I didn't invent it.”
“I begin to wonder about your vehemence, have you ever heard the term ego-dystonic homosexuality?”
“I believe Leya stated she "had an acute dystonic reaction to a prescription medication six years ago, which eventually resulted in me developing something called tardive generalized dystonia." and never claimed it was from the flu shot.”
“Also having a dystonic reaction and actually having dystonia are significantly different .... its like comparing not being very smart and being retarded .....”
“Second, I've had a dystonic reaction to medication as has my daughter.”
“I had an acute dystonic reaction to a prescription medication six years ago, which eventually resulted in me developing something called tardive generalized dystonia.”
“[Page 21] Paolo has dystonic spastic quadriparesis, which affects his ability to speak and move.”
“ABLOW: One thing that became clear on the show is that while there are pedophiles for whom the desire to be with children sexually is ego-dystonic, in other words they don't like it.”
“When Maddie was two, she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, but now doctors believe she suffers from a dystonic movement disorder, which has similar symptoms.”
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