Drug-induced Parkinsonism

Parkinsonism isn't technically a opinion, but rather a set of symptoms including slowness, stiffness, rest earthquake, and problems with walking and balance. This set of symptoms can be caused by PD, but also can do as a side effect of certain tradition specifics. A number of specifics can beget Parkinsonism because they block the dopamine receptor and thereby mimic the symptoms of PD that are caused by loss of dopamine neurons in the brain. Reviewing a case’s specifics is thus a critical step for a neurologist when seeing someone with Parkinsonism. Anti-psychotics andante-nausea treatments make up the bulk of the problematic specifics, although there are other specifics that can also beget Parkinsonism. The primary treatment for this type of Parkinsonism is weaning off of the offending drug, if possible.

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