Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC, discusses chronic pain among patients with Parkinson disease and the breakdown of disease subtypes, classification, and pathophysiology.
While comorbidities with mental disorders are common in those with Parkinson Disease (PD), it is unclear whether PD is associated with an increased risk of suicide.
Parkinson disease symptoms and management practices were markedly affected by COVID-19.
Authors say risk may be due to alterations in the brain’s dopamine system
There is a strong correlation between the age of onset of Parkinson disease (PD) and dietary habits.
The objective of this study was to access safety and tolerability of nilotinib in participants with moderately advanced Parkinson Disease.
Dietary vitamin E and vitamin C intake may be inversely associated with Parkinson disease risk.
Parkinson disease is associated with an increased risk for suicide versus population-based controls.
The study authors sought to determine which components of the peripheral immune response correlated with diagnoses of Alzheimer or Parkinson Disease.
Study results provide new insight into how neuron subtypes outside the substantia nigra pars compacta may be compensating at a molecular level for differences in the motor production neural circuit during the progression of Parkinson’s disease.