Some Parkinson’s Patients May Benefit from Non-dopaminergic Treatments

Some Parkinson’s Patients May Benefit from Non-dopaminergic Treatments
Non-dopaminergic treatments might be beneficial for Parkinson’s disease patients whose tremor is associated with a dysfunction of the serotonergic system, an area of the brain directly connected to serotonin interactions. A study with that finding, “Progression of tremor in early stages of Parkinson’s disease: a clinical and neuroimaging study,” was published in the journal Brain. The pathological hallmark of Parkinson’s ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2018-03-06By Iqra Mumal