Non motor complications of Parkinson’s disease

Non motor complications in Parkinson’s disease include:

-the hallucinations and confusion

-the psychiatric complications

-the sleep disorders

-the dementia

These complications are the most challenging to treat as they often requires a compromise with the mobilty.

Ss much as the Deep Brain Stimulation has been a dramatic therapeutic advance in the treatment of the motor complications, there is still a lot of progress to do in the understanding and treatment of the psychiatric complications and the dementia in Parkinson’s disease. they are the complications with the strongest impairement of the quality of life of the patient and his carer.

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