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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: The figure shows abnormal oro-lingual movements occurring in a patient with NMDA encephalitis. (a-d) are sequential static video images taken every 0.5 seconds. The involuntary abnormal movements were grimacing, chewing, and repetitive jaw opening and closing. (e) shows complete resolution of the abnormal orofacial movements after treatment, with no psychiatric features on the three-month follow up

Figure 1: The figure shows abnormal oro-lingual movements occurring in a patient with NMDA encephalitis. (a-d) are sequential static video images taken every 0.5 seconds. The involuntary abnormal movements were grimacing, chewing, and repetitive jaw opening and closing. (e) shows complete resolution of the abnormal orofacial movements after treatment, with no psychiatric features on the three-month follow up