Relating breakthroughs in phenomenology and neurobiology and
current strategies for diagnosis, assessment, and clinical care,
this long-anticipated Second Edition provides expanded descriptions
of clinical features, further evidence linking heritability to
etiology, and revised epidemiological estimates as observed in the
most recent research on Tourette's syndrome (TS) and associated
disorders. The latest information about the controversial
poststreptococcal hypothesis is also presented and discussed.
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