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Continuous dopaminergic stimulation reduces the risk of motor complications when compared with levodopa or other short-acting dopamine agonists.
Dystonia occurs when your muscles do not relax after they have tightened or shortened. Why this happens is not fully understood but it seems to be related to changes in the messages.
Corticobasal Degeneration is a rare type of parkinsonism that can affect mental processes, personality and behaviour, as well as causing Parkinson’s-type symptoms.
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Everyone’s experience is different but for some people, receiving a diagnosis of Parkinson’s is almost a relief as they finally have a reason for the symptoms they have been experiencing.
Essential Tremor (ET) is a relatively common condition that results in trembling in the hands or arms, which in some cases can subsequently spread to cause tremor of the head, legs, trunk or voice.
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