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Eric Altschuler, MD, PhD
This video shows subtle dysmetria on the finger-to-nose test in the right hand: The patient loses the smooth trajectory about 75% of the way through the reaching process, then has small amplitude oscillations before reaching the target. (Normal left hand finger-to-nose.)