Restless Legs Syndrome: Detection and Management in Primary Care
**Note: Restless Legs Syndrome: Detection and Management in Primary Care is out-of-date and is available for historical reference only.
Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a common, underdiagnosed, and treatable condition. A neurologic movement disorder, RLS is often associated with a sleep complaint. This publication provides science-based information about RLS and its assessment and management in the primary care setting. NIH Publication No. 00-3788, 16 pages.
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