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1305, 2022

Reduction of Levodopa Therapy for Dyskinesia

By |May 13th, 2022|Categories: Dyskinesia|0 Comments

With ongoing Levodopa therapy for months or more commonly, a few years of treatment, two major types of motor complications tend to arise: motor fluctuations and dyskinesias. Motor fluctuations are variations in mobility associated [...]

504, 2022

Recognizing and Treating Dyskinesia

By |April 5th, 2022|Categories: About Parkinson's Disease, De Novo|1 Comment

Both dyskinesia and “off” episodes are common later in the disease course of Parkinson’s. Sometimes patients and their caregivers often have difficulty differentiating between the two states. This article aims to help [...]

704, 2021

Inadequately Controlled Motor Fluctuations

By |April 7th, 2021|Categories: About Parkinson's Disease, Clinical Trials, De Novo, Established Treatments, Intermediate & Advanced PD|0 Comments

Options Overview for Inadequately Controlled Motor Fluctuations As Parkinson’s disease progresses, the response to levodopa becomes more complex and medication beneficial effects begin to wear off between doses.   The variations in mobility such that [...]

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