Parkinson's Disease Case Studies
A 65 year-old male comes with gradually progressive stiffness, difficulty walking and going down stairs. On examination: expressionless face, staring gaze with limitation of gaze in all directions and bradykinesia.
Above symptoms are due to:
Most likely diagnosis is:
Mr. C.G. with a long-standing history of Parkinson's Disease on Sinemet 10-200 every 4 hours, Bromocriptine 2.5mg BID, Artane 2mg daily complains of uncontrollable involuntary movement of legs and arms.
A 55 year-old male with hypertension and diabetes came in with a sudden onset of uncontrollable flinging movement of his left arm and leg.
4. Name 2 familial movement disorders.
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