The Parkinson's Foundation Prevalence Project estimates that within the next 2 years, 930,000 people in the United States will be living with the condition; that number is anticipated to rise to 1.2 million by 2030.
A greater proportion of patients with dysautonomia had supine hypertension compared with patients without dysautonomia.
Based on the data, the FDA has concluded that the drug's benefit continues to outweigh its risks for patients with hallucinations and delusions associated with Parkinson's disease psychosis.
Kinase inhibition or allele-specific targeting of mutant LRRK2 may still be a meaningful target for therapeutic development.
The FDA approval was supported by data from bioavailability studies comparing riluzole tablets and Tiglutik oral suspension.
A sensor array has the potential to identify de novo Parkinson's disease (PD) patients with high sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy values.
The studies that included neurocognitive measures demonstrated no significant difference between the use of rTMS and sham-rTMS.
No differences were observed between overground and treadmill walking with regard to stride and stance time.
The inability to compare patients with vs without tremor as well as the inclusion of patients attending a single center, which may reduce the generalizability of the findings.
Rasagiline was associated with a significant effect on survival within 6 months of treatment in an exploratory analysis.
Mutations in the LRP10 gene appear to be common in patients with inherited α-synucleinopathies.
Neurology Advisor Articles
- Erenumab Superior to Placebo for Reducing Migraine Disability, Improving HRQoL
- Congress Passes Bill to Fight Opioid Crisis
- Managing Status Epilepticus in Palliative Care: Accounting for Patient and Family Experience
- Physical Activity Decreases Vascular Comorbidities in Multiple Sclerosis
- Review of Factors Impacting Sport-Related Concussion Headaches
- Anodal tDCS Offers Possible Benefit for Improving Item Recall in Post-Stroke Aphasia
- Hospitalization Tied to Brain Abnormalities in Older Adults
- Spending Often Persists in High-Cost Medicare-Medicaid Eligible
- Skills-Based Intervention Did Not Cut Systolic BP After Stroke, TIA
- High Frequency of Headaches Following Dialysis Associated With BUN and Blood Pressure