Complications and Emergencies in Parkinson’s Disease (Practical Neurology)

Summary

Complications from Parkinson’s Disease sometimes requiring ugent treatment (including severe motor symptoms and serious non-motor complications such as psychosis, orthostatic hypotension and sleep attacks) are covered.

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Reference

Simonet, C. Tolosa, E. [and] Camara, A. [et al] (2020). Emergencies and critical issues in Parkinson’s disease. Practical Neurology. February 2020; Vol.20(1): pp.15-25.

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