Parkinson's Disease: Pathogenesis and Clinical Aspects
by Thomas B. Stoker, et al.
Publisher: Codon Publications 2018
Number of pages: 194
Parkinson's disease is an increasingly common neurodegenerative condition, which causes not only dysfunction of movement but also a broad range of nonmotor features, including mood disturbance, sleep dysfunction, autonomic dysfunction, cognitive deficits, dementia, and neuropsychiatric symptoms.
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