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Impact of DaTscan SPECT imaging on clinical management, diagnosis, confidence of diagnosis, quality of life, health resource use and safety in patients with clinically uncertain Parkinsonian syndromes: A prospective 1-year follow-up of an open-label controlled study.
Among these 4 PNFA patients, 2 met both the PNFA and navPPA criteria whereas the other 2 met only the former criteria due to clear parkinsonian syndrome. The neurological findings in the latter were thought to be better accounted for by corticobasal degeneration (CBD).
Researchers followed 66 older patients (mean age 75) with a parkinsonian syndrome for at least one year after their initial medical evaluation.
The combined impairment of the 2 systems following exposure to (R)-NMSal was likely sufficient to induce the parkinsonian syndrome.
As a neurologist, I observed that there were several patients referred by primary care physicians for evaluation of parkinsonian syndrome, dyskinesia, or seizures.
Thus elderly patients with a parkinsonian syndrome other than PD do not tolerate high doses of the drug, and this itself may help exclude the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.
MPTP: a neurotoxin producing a Parkinsonian syndrome. Orlando: Academic Press, 1986: 339--53.
In AD patients taking donepezil and risperidone, case reports describe parkinsonian syndrome and rigidity with immobility, which resolved after the antipsychotic was discontinued.
The company's lead product is Altropane, an imaging agent in human studies as a possible tool to help in the diagnosis of Parkinsonian syndrome and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Jennings and her associates screened 112 patients with suspected Parkinsonian syndrome using a 40-item multiple-choice olfactory test.
Krabbe, "Hereditary haemochromatosis: a case of iron accumulation in the basal ganglia associated with a parkinsonian syndrome," Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, vol.
The following neurological signs may also be present: extrapyramidal signs (coreoathetosis, parkinsonian syndrome, dystonia, hemibalismus, and oculogiric crisis), epilepsy, spastic paraparesis, ataxia, dysarthria, dysphagia, papillary edema.
DAT imaging was considered positive for Parkinsonian syndrome in cases that had a reduction in [[.sup.123]I][beta]-CIT uptake of 30% when compared with a healthy control database of 93 individuals.