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Dopamine Precursors and Agonists – Treatment of Movement Disorders

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Dopamine Precursors and Agonists – Treatment of Movement Disorders by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course CNS - Pharmacology. It contains the following chapters:

    • Dopamine Precursors
    • Dopamine Agonists

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Suicidal ideation
    2. Anorexia
    3. Nausea
    4. Emesis
    5. Tachycardia
    1. Psychosis
    2. Pregnancy
    3. Multiple sclerosis
    4. Depression
    5. Anxiety
    1. Bromocriptine: D2-Receptor Pramipexole: D3-Receptor
    2. Bromocriptine: D3-Receptor Pramipexole: D2-Receptor
    3. Bromocriptine: D2-Receptor Ropinirole: D3-Receptor
    4. Carbidopa: D2-Receptor Levodopa: D3-Receptor
    5. Diphenhydramine: D3-Receptor Pramipexole: D2-Receptor
    1. Bromocriptine
    2. Ropinirole
    3. Pramipexole
    4. Apomorphine
    5. Bupropion
    1. Carbidopa inhibits peripheral DOPA decarboxylase to reduce side effects.
    2. Carbidopa inhibits central DOPA decarboxylase to reduce side effects.
    3. Carbidopa helps transport levodopa into the central nervous system.
    4. Carbidopa pierces the blood brain barrier to allow levodopa to enter the central nervous system.
    5. Levodopa inhibits peripheral DOPA decarboxylase to reduce side effects.

    Author of lecture Dopamine Precursors and Agonists – Treatment of Movement Disorders

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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