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What are the tests for shy-drager syndrome?

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Blood pressure (lying and standing); eye exam; nerve & muscle examinatin.
There are no specific tests to confirm this disease. A neurologist can make the diagnosis based on history/exam and ruling out other symptoms. Mri of the head, plasma norepinephrine levels and urine catecholamine test may be ordered.

In brief: See below:

Blood pressure (lying and standing); eye exam; nerve & muscle examinatin.
There are no specific tests to confirm this disease. A neurologist can make the diagnosis based on history/exam and ruling out other symptoms. Mri of the head, plasma norepinephrine levels and urine catecholamine test may be ordered.
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
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