PARKINSON'S DISEASE NEWS
5th October 2009 - New research
L-SULPIRIDE AS A CAUSE OF
So the aim of this study was to investigate the clinical characteristics of patients with L-Sulpiride-induced movement disorders (LIM). The most common L-Sulpiride-induced movement disorder was Parkinsonism making up over 90% of cases, followed by tardive dyskinesia with about 10% of cases, and isolated tremor affecting only 3% of cases. The symptoms are often severe, and L-Sulpiride-induced movement disorders still persisted even after withdrawal of L-Sulpiride in nearly half of those patients with L-Sulpiride induced Parkinsonism.For more current news go to Parkinson's Disease News.
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