Abnormally increased CSF 3-Ortho-methyldopa (3-OMD) in untreated restless legs syndrome (RLS) patients indicates more severe disease and possibly abnormally increased dopamine synthesis

Richard P. Allen, James Connor, Keith Hyland, Christopher J. Earley

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