Mechanism of abnormal movements induced by drug treatment of Parkinson’s disease

Mechanism of abnormal movements induced by drug treatment of Parkinson’s disease
Many people with Parkinson's disease develop abnormal movements called L-DOPA induced dyskinesia, a major side effect of long-term medication. The mechanism underlying this side effect has been unknown. In this study, researchers have revealed relation between changes of neuronal activities and dyskinesia. ... read more
Source: Medical XpressPublished on 2021-04-08