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What does parkinsonian and parkinsonism mean? 

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In brief: Basal ganglia

Parkinson's disease can be idiopathic, or secondary to problems such as carbon monoxide poisoning, carbon disulfide, manganese exposure, repetitive head trauma, certain patterns of strokes, but parkinsonian signs could be a complication of medications, especially major tranquilizers used in psychiatric disorders.

In brief: Basal ganglia

Parkinson's disease can be idiopathic, or secondary to problems such as carbon monoxide poisoning, carbon disulfide, manganese exposure, repetitive head trauma, certain patterns of strokes, but parkinsonian signs could be a complication of medications, especially major tranquilizers used in psychiatric disorders.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology

In brief: Like Parkinson's Dis

Means that subject has symptoms similar to parkinson's disease, which are hand tremor and a shuffling gait (very small shuffling steps when walking).

In brief: Like Parkinson's Dis

Means that subject has symptoms similar to parkinson's disease, which are hand tremor and a shuffling gait (very small shuffling steps when walking).
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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