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What are symtons of Parkinson's diease besides tremors?

What are symtons of Parkinson's diease besides tremors?

Parkinson's Disease: The most common symptoms besides tremor include: stiff muscles (rigidity) and aching muscles. Slow, limited movement (bradykinesia), especially when the person tries to move from a resting position. Weakness of face and throat muscles cause talking and swallowing difficulties. Walking and balance problems are likely to make a patient take small steps and shuffle, bend forward slightly. ...Read more

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What is parkinson's?

What is parkinson's?

Parkinsons: Parkinsons is a condition that affects movement of the muscles. It is caused by loss of cells within part of the brain called the substantia nigra. Common symptoms include muscle rigidity, resting tremor, slowness of movement, and sometimes unexplained falls. Some people may have more of a tremor than others, these symptoms may not affect everyone the same way. ...Read more

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What's Parkinson's desease?

What's Parkinson's desease?

Chronic brain : It is a chronic degenerative disease of the brain that results in loss of fine control of the muscles, loss of the ability to walk and eventually loss of any purposeful movement. ...Read more

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What is Parkinson's disease?

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What is Parkinson's disease?

Parkinson: Rigidity such as stiff neck, tremors, and slow movements are part of parkinson. It involves the part of the midbrain called Substantia nigra. ...Read more

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When does Parkinson's show up?

When does Parkinson's show up?

Young or old: Go to http://www.Pdf.Org/ the mean age of onset is about 65 years. Cases occurring in ages 21 to 40 are considered young-onset pd; those younger than 21 have juvenile parkinsonism. [5] from ages 0 to 29, the average annual incidence rate of parkinsonism is 0.8/100, 000 person-years, and rates increase incrementally to 304.8/100, 000 person-years in those aged 80 to 99 years. [2]. ...Read more

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What causes Parkinson's disease?

Unknown: The cause of parkinson disease is unknown. It appears that the cause of parkinson disease leads to the depletion of Dopamine in the subtantia nigra in the brain that is responsible for the symptoms of the disease. ...Read more

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How to diagnose wolf parkinson's?

How to diagnose wolf parkinson's?

WPW: Wolff-parkinson-white syndrome is a heart condition that can be detected with an electrocardiogram. Sometimes further tests called electrophysiologic studies are used to determine the origin of the abnormal rapid heartbeat. ...Read more

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Is parkinson’s disease hereditary?

Yes: Although the causes are multifactorial and sometimes poorly understood, there is a hereditary component. Keep in mind, that even though a parent may have it, it does not mean that it will be necessarily passed on. The tendency, however, may be there. ...Read more

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Is Parkinson's disease hereditary?

Is Parkinson's disease hereditary?

Sometimes: Parkinson disease is the most common cause of parkinsonism, a symptomatic triad of tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow movement. Most of parkinson disease is caused by contributions of multiple genes, no one of which is necessary nor sufficient, aided by poorly defined environmental factors. About seven types of parkinson disease are inherited in an autosomal dominant or recessive pattern. ...Read more

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Is Parkinson's disease hereditary?

Is Parkinson's disease hereditary?

It can be, yes: As a general rule, the younger the age of onset (<45yo is early onset), & the more affected relatives (especially close ones), then the more likely it is genetic & the higher the risk to blood relatives. Average age of pd onset is 58. The older you are @ disease onset, the less likely it is genetically inheritable. Look @ this link for help on genetics: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/books/nbk1223/. ...Read more

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