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Clinical Correlations: Parkinson's Diseaseon's Disease

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Clinical Correlations: Parkinson's Diseaseon's Disease by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Basal Ganglia.


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    1. Indirect pathway in not inhibited.
    2. There is excessive stimulation of direct pathway.
    3. Benztropine has no role in the treatment.
    4. There is decreased inhibition of direct pathway.
    5. Acetylcholine is decreased and dopamine is increased.
    1. It disappears with the movement.
    2. It is a high frequency tremor which appears with sustained posture.
    3. Alcohol makes it better.
    4. Movement exacerbates the tremor.
    5. It is not present at rest.
    1. …Intention tremor
    2. …Shuffling gait
    3. …Postural instability
    4. …Bradykinesia
    5. …Rigidity

    Author of lecture Clinical Correlations: Parkinson's Diseaseon's Disease

     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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