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Parkinson's disease - symptoms, causes

Parkinson's disease is a disease of the nervous system that appears gradually and often begins with a tremor that is almost imperceptible and invisible in one of the hands.

Parkinson's disease generally slows down or freezes movement, as the sufferer's face appears expressionless, and it affects people in different ways.

However, there are three main symptoms of Parkinson's disease:

  • Involuntary tremor (tremor) of certain parts of the body

  • Slowness of movement

  • Rigidity is when muscles become stiff or inflexible

The affected person can experience various physical and psychological symptoms, including:

  • depression and anxiety

  • Balance problems

  • Sleep disorders

  • memory problems

How is Parkinson's disease diagnosed?

There is no specific test through which the disease can be diagnosed. The specialist doctor diagnoses the disease based on the patient's medical history, as he examines:

  • Perform neurological and physical examinations

  • Imaging examinations

  • Laboratory tests to rule out other conditions that may be causing symptoms

If any of the symptoms associated with your Parkinson's disease appear, visit your doctor. To diagnose your condition and to make sure that these symptoms are symptoms of Parkinson's disease, and to develop the appropriate treatment plan,

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In the Neurosurgery Clinic, we are proud to include the most qualified consultants who hold the best international certificates in this delicate specialty and use the latest medical technologies in diagnosis.

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