Array of Motor Symptoms Seen to Most Bother Patients, Changing Over Time

Array of Motor Symptoms Seen to Most Bother Patients, Changing Over Time

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Array of Motor Symptoms Seen to Most Bother Patients, Changing Over Time

As Parkinson’s disease progresses, the symptoms that are most bothersome to patients change, a survey study reports. Specifically, hallmark motor symptoms like dyskinesia (involuntary movements) and those affecting walking, balance and speech were mentioned most by those with longer disease duration, while tremor ranked high among people at earlier stages. The study, “People with Parkinson’s Disease: What Symptoms Do They Most Want to Improve and How Does This Change with Disease Duration?,” was published in the Journal of Parkinson’s…

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