11/15/2013

U.K. researchers said early screening of Parkinson's disease patients for nonmotor symptoms can be important because problems such as anxiety, heavy salivation and urinary urgency all have quality of life implications. Researchers wrote in the journal Movement Disorders that better awareness of the effects of nonmotor symptoms encourages a multidisciplinary approach to care and can lead to more comprehensive education for patients and caregivers.

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