alexa Abstract | Nocturnal Tongue Biting in Two Young Siblings - A Case Report
ISSN: 2167-0277

Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy
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Nocturnal tongue biting presents as a diagnostic dilemma, especially in children. We report two siblings with nocturnal tongue biting who were ultimately diagnosed with Faciomandibular Myoclonus (FMM) based on video polysomnography.

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Author(s): Payal Mandaliya, Robert Smith, Bradley Martin, Helen Cornwell and Bruce Whitehead


Nocturnal tongue biting, Faciomandibular myoclonus, Bruxism, Hereditary chin trembling, Oromandibular myoclonus, Clonazepam, Recurrent tongue biting, Bruxism, Deep Sleep Therapy, Sleep Disorders in Children, Sleep Medicine

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