Double Vision Is Common in Parkinson’s, Large Study Finds

Double Vision Is Common in Parkinson’s, Large Study Finds

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Double Vision Is Common in Parkinson’s, Large Study Finds

Double vision (diplopia) is common in people with Parkinson’s — affecting up to an estimated 30% of patients — and is linked to both motor and non‐motor disease symptoms, a new large-scale, longitudinal study has found. Parkinson’s patients with double vision were more likely to be older, non-white, female, have had the disease for a longer time, and experience greater motor, non‐motor, and daily activity limitations. The positive news for patients is that the condition…

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