Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation

Parkinsons disease

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Parkinsons disease

Parkinsons disease  is a neurological syndrome characterized by rigidity, tremor, hyperkinesia, postural instability. A person with Parkinsons disease has untypically low dopamine levels dopaminergic neurons (types of nerve cells) in the substantia nigra part of the brain will died (Dopamine-generating cells). A neurological syndrome usually emanate from deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine as the result of vascular degenerative and inflammatory changes in the basal ganglia. Although this disease is not leads to direct cause of death, it is a slow progressive disease, and symptoms get worse over time and it is chronic disease - a long-term disease and is incurable. No specific test exists to diagnose Parkinsons disease. Parkinsons disease based on medical history, signs and symptoms. A Single-Photon Emission by Computerized Tomography (SPECT) scan called a Dopamine Transporter (DAT) scan used to determine the Parkinsons disease.

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Department of Neurology 
Tashkent Medical Academy
Giuseppe Lanza
Consultant Neurologist
Oasi Research Institute
Associate Scientist
Department of Molecular & Cellular Physiology 
Albany Medical College
Professor of Neurophsyiology
Semmelweiss University
Neuroscientist at S.John of God
National Research Institute
Tushar Trivedi 
Chief Resident Physician  
Department of neurology
Palmetto Health, University of South Carolina
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurology
Harvard Medical School
International Institute of Medicine & Science
California, USA
Department of Neurosurgery 
Santa Casa de São Paulo School of Medical Sciences (FCMSCSP)
Honorary Assistant Professor
Department of Surgery
University of Hong Kong

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