Neuropsychiatric Effects

Depression, anxiety and other neuropsychiatric symptoms are common problems for patients with Parkinson’s disease and, in some instances, can be more disabling than the motor symptoms themselves. In more advanced cases, more severe cognitive problems may emerge. In this section, experts in the management of these symptoms discuss the clinical characteristics and treatments of the neuropsychiatric problems associated with Parkinson’s disease.

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