Non-motor Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease

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Non-motor Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease: Implications for Our Understanding of Pathogenesis, Prodrome and Subtypes

Non-motor symptoms (NMS) have implications for diagnosis, and their presence in the prodrome may help make possible the trial of potentially neuroprotective agents in high-risk groups.

19.11.2019 Parkinson’s Disease
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Non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease: nature and burden

Over recent years, the impact of non-motor symptoms has gained increased attention. These symptoms are common, heterogeneous, and sometimes severe and disabling, and their more effective management is a major unmet need. Non-motor symptoms are given greater recognition in the latest Movement Disorders Society diagnostic and research criteria.

08.11.2022 Parkinson’s Disease
image Image This picture illustrates potential non-motor features associated with Parkinson’s disease
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08.11.2022 Parkinson’s Disease

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