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14th November 2010 - New book

NON-DOPAMINE LESIONS IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Glenda Halliday (Editor), Roger Barker (Editor), Dominic Rowe (Editor)

Publisher's description : This book aims to provide a comprehensive review of the non-dopamine lesions in Parkinson's disease by assessing current knowledge of their presence and pathophysiology, how they relate to different symptoms, and discuss how they may be potentially treated. The book addresses most of the known symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease. In addition to the classic motor triad, motor speech, eye movements, olfactory dysfunction, autonomic dysfunction, pain and sensory abnormalities, sleep disturbances, depression and apathy, dopamine dysregulation syndromes, hallucinations, psychoses, cognitive impairment, dementia, and systemic manifestations are all reviewed. Click here for more details.  For more books concerning Parkinson's Disease go to Parkinson's Disease Books. For more current news go to Parkinson's Disease News.

 

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Parkinson's Disease News details all significant new research, news reports, new books, and new resources concerning Parkinson's Disease and those medical disorders that often coincide with Parkinson's Disease. It is compiled from an analysis of  all newly published research, news reports, new clinical trials, all newly published books, and new web sites. A summary and analysis of the new research are provided,  as well as links to the complete abstracts and news reports

                                    

 

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