Great list. Thanks!
Here's one for those with Tourette Syndrome and RLS
Mov Disord. 2004 Sep;19(9):1084-7.
Restless legs in Tourette syndrome.
Lesperance P, Djerroud N, Diaz Anzaldua A, Rouleau GA, Chouinard S, Richer F; Montreal Tourette Study Group.
Centre Hospitalier de l'Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) and Tourette's syndrome (TS) share some common features, including the phenomenology of sensations relieved by movements, but few studies have examined the links between RLS and TS. We examined RLS and other TS comorbidities in 144 probands with TS or chronic tics and their parents. RLS was present in 10% of probands and 23% of parents with no gender differences. RLS in probands was linked significantly to maternal RLS but not paternal RLS, suggesting that a maternal RLS factor may contribute to the variable expression of TS.
PMID: 15372602 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
This one is more about Ferritin findings and Tourette Syndrome which correlates somewhat with other research in RLS
American Journal of Psychiatry 163:1264-1272, July 2006
© 2006 American Psychiatric Association
Ferritin Levels and Their Association With Regional Brain Volumes in Tourette’s Syndrome
Daniel A. Gorman, M.D., Hongtu Zhu, Ph.D., George M. Anderson, Ph.D., Mark Davies, M.P.H. and Bradley S. Peterson, M.D.