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Priori A, Bertolasi L, Berardelli A, Manfredi M. 
“Acute dystonic reaction to ecstasy”. 
Movement Disorders. 1995;10(3):353.
Ecstasy (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine) is recreational drug widely used in Europe and the United States. Intake of ecstasy frequently causes trismus or bruxism, muscle stiffness, and ataxia, and may also cause psychiatric side effects such as paranoia, depression, or psychosis (1). Occasional reports describe more severe ecstasy-related adverse effects, including convulsions, collapse, hyperthermia, disseminated intravascular coagulation, hypotension, and hepatotoxicity (l). In the patient, described here consumption of ecstasy let to an unusual neurological complication.
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