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It is all in the history, or is it?
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    Differential molecular diagnosis is a need to support the history
    • Atif Baig, Medical Lecturer
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      • Rabia A, Iftikhar A, Amir R, Iqbal HK

    Respected Sir. We have read the entire article. We agree with the history and the condition of the Alice as mentioned by the respected authors. But, we strongly believe the molecular diagnosis testing must be performed to confirm Benign hereditary chorea which is map to chromosome 14q (Vries et al., 1999). Beside mapping a mutation in TITF-1 gene has been reported to be associated with hereditary benign chorea (Breedveld...

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