Dr. Oz says many doctors may misdiagnose a rare disease like dystonia.
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Think you or someone you know has dystonia? Dr. Oz says 90 percent of people with this brain disorder are misdiagnosed at first...so ask for a second opinion.

"Dystonias manifest themselves in many different ways," he says. "Now, I don't want everyone going out there thinking they have dystonia, but a lot of people who get writer's cramp, especially right after you start writing, it's not just because you're using your hand. That's actually a focal dystonia."

Rogers says there may be thousands of undiagnosed people around the world.

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FROM: Dr. Oz and Michael J. Fox
Published on March 31, 2009
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