By Abraham Lieberman
A patient-oriented advisor to dealing with Parkinson ailment and the actual and emotional problems linked to the ailment.
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For every 100 people with PD, there are 5 with PSP. In addition to the main symptoms of PD—rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural instability—people with PSP become unable to move their eyes. People with PSP usually have major problems with balance, so they fall frequently. Unlike PD, falling is usually an early and not a late symptom. PSP, unlike PD, begins on both sides at the same time, occurs without tremor, and responds poorly or not at all to drugs. PSP progresses more rapidly than PD. On post-mortem examination PSP looks different from PD.
What does a neurologist do? The neurologist will want to know why you came, your medical history, your family history (especially a history of PD or tremor), and what, if anything, in your social and work history may have contributed to your symptoms. Bring a summary of your medical history, including serious and chronic illness, hospitalizations, surgeries, allergies, medications taken, family and personal background, occupational risks, and lifestyle risks. If what you have to talk about is difficult to discuss, practice how to bring it up.
Akinetic-rigid syndromes movement disorders marked by stiffness and a lack of movement. Hyperkinetic excessive movement. Multiple-system atrophy (MSA) may mimic PD, but usually occurs without tremor, responds poorly or not at all to drugs, and progresses more rapidly than PD. MSA has three subgroups: (1) The Shy-Drager variant resembles PD but is dominated by autonomic nervous system symptoms, such as drops in blood pressure on standing, bladder and bowel problems, and impotence. (2) The Striato-nigral variant (abbreviated SND) resembles PD but does not respond to PD drugs.
100 Questions & Answers About Parkinson Disease by Abraham Lieberman