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473 Possible Causes for Bradykinesia, Motor Symptoms, Psychosis

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Patients’ characteristics and the presence of psychosis Comparison of side of onset with presence of psychosis disclosed more patients with right sided onset of parkinsonian[] Olfactory deficit is considered the most common NMS in PD preceding the motor symptoms for years.[] Table 1 Parkinson’s disease symptoms Bradykinesia Bradykinesia refers to slowness of movement and is the most characteristic clinical feature of PD, although it may also be[]

  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies

    Presentation and management of psychosis in Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies.[] […] the psychiatric and motor symptoms.[] He showed bradykinesia and small step gait with supranuclear vertical gaze palsy, especially upward gaze palsy. He was started on levodopa therapy but without response.[]

  • Parkinson-Dementia Syndrome

    Poewe, W. ( 2003 ) Psychosis in Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorders, 18 ( suppl. 6 ), S80 – S87.[] Turning on the subthalamic nucleus electrodes improved motor symptoms but left cognitive performance almost unchanged.[] Postural instability and bradykinesia is noted on physical exam.[]

  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    […] report higher prevalence of non-motor symptoms including apathy, anxiety disorders (including panic disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, and social phobia), depression, psychosis[] The Parkinson’s community acknowledges that there are many important non-motor symptoms as well as motor symptoms.[] Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder associated with muscle rigidity, tremor, and bradykinesia.[]

  • Huntington's Disease

    The objective was to describe a case of juvenile Huntington's disease that first presented with seizures and psychosis.[] In addition, multiple regressions were performed to investigate the impact of family history on the age at onset of depression and motor symptoms.[] However, GPi-DBS-induced bradykinesia may emerge as one main limitation of GPi-DBS in HD.[]

  • Postencephalitic Parkinson Disease

    Hallucinations/Psychosis: There is an increased risk for hallucinations and psychosis in patients taking RYTARY.[] […] disease, but they also experience non-motor symptoms (NMS) that are often present before diagnosis or that inevitably emerge with disease progression.[] […] through indirect action or inaction, such as no longer taking life-prolonging medications Parkinsonian syndromes: disorders related to PD in that they are characterized by bradykinesia[]

  • Secondary Parkinsonism

    For a time, it was theorized that proper control of psychosis could only be achieved once drug-induced parkinsonism occurred, but this has been clearly disproved, leaving[] BACKGROUND: Non-Motor Symptoms (NMS) are frequent in patients with Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease (IPD).[] Gradually, bradykinesia diminished slightly and vigilance increased little.[]

  • Bradykinesia

    Torticollis Intellectual disability, moderate Unsteady gait Stroke Motor delay Pain Anarthria Hypometric saccades Visual hallucinations Hypomimic face Global brain atrophy Psychosis[] Usually, neurologists regularly monitor motor symptoms and motor fluctuations using the MDS-UPDRS part III clinical scale.[] In PD, facial bradykinesia is primarily mediated by basal ganglia dysfunction whereas in PSP, facial bradykinesia is a consequence of a widespread degeneration involving the[]

  • Carbon Monoxide-Induced Parkinsonism

    There are many other causes of parkinsonism (secondary parkinsonism), including: Medications, such as those used to treat psychosis, major psychiatric disorders and nausea[] Other symptoms are divided into motor (movement-related) and non-motor symptoms.[] Associate Professor Movement Disorders Section Department of Neurological Sciences Rush University Medical Center 2 Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Abnormalities Tremor Bradykinesia[]

  • Juvenile Huntington Disease

    […] schooling, the doctors had stated that if my cousin hadn't passed by the age of 25 she would be in full time care which she is in full time care, my cousin Chevana suffers from psychosis[] This report raises the possibility that use of dopaminergic agonists in patients with a family history of Huntington disease may lead to clinical exacerbation of motor symptoms[] There was a predominance of rigidity and bradykinesia.[]

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