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What are the typical symptoms of having parkinson disease?
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Dr. Paul Gilson
Neurology
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In brief: Dx of Parkinson's
Usually onset of sx's in late 50-60's in patients.
They develope a resting pin- rolling tremor, masked facies, rigidity and slowing down of movements. They may also have postural instability and gait difficulties. Pls see an neurologist to be sure the condition is not "parkinsonism"related to medication, possible normopressure hydrocephalus or a stroke or brain mass.

In brief: Dx of Parkinson's
Usually onset of sx's in late 50-60's in patients.
They develope a resting pin- rolling tremor, masked facies, rigidity and slowing down of movements. They may also have postural instability and gait difficulties. Pls see an neurologist to be sure the condition is not "parkinsonism"related to medication, possible normopressure hydrocephalus or a stroke or brain mass.
Dr. Paul Gilson
Dr. Paul Gilson
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