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Parkinsonism: Introduction

Parkinsonism is a disease that occurs when a person has symptoms and brain dysfunction commonly associated with Parkinson’s disease but also has other symptoms.

A person with Parkinsonism will usually have another disorder causing additional neurological symptoms.

  • Parkinson's disease - Dysfunction and cell death of the portion of the brain that produces dopamine.
  • Dopamine - Neurotransmitter that transmits signals between brain and nerve. It is partially responsible for making controlled movements in the body.

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