By Abraham Lieberman
A patient-oriented advisor to dealing with Parkinson ailment and the actual and emotional problems linked to the illness.
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For every 100 people with PD, 1 has CBD. On post-mortem examination CBD resembles PSP but looks different from PD and MSA. Essential tremor (ET), a hyper-kinetic disorder, is the most common movement disorder. ET is 10–20 times more common than PD. However, in fewer than 2% the tremor of ET sufficiently is disabling to require treatment. ET affects primarily the hands, less often the head, and rarely the feet. ET, unlike PD, starts in both hands simultaneously. The tremor of ET, unlike the tremor of PD, appears when the hands are moving.
19 l eb01 11/13/02 11:15 AM 1 0 0 People diagnosed wit PD now live on average 15 to 20 years from diagnosis to death 20 Page 20 Q & A A B O U T P A R K I N S O N D I S E A S E The introduction of medications such as L-dopa, Comtan, Mirapex, Requip, and Permax has changed the dynamics of this disease. People diagnosed with PD now live on average 15 to 25 years from diagnosis to death. The drugs postpone the day when people become confined to bed, and this, in turn, postpones the complications of being bed-bound.
Movement Disorders (which includes PD) is a sub-specialty but is not accredited by a separate Board. Movement disorders include PD (approximately 80% of the practice), the PD-like disorders (multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasilar degeneration, all described in Question 17), dystonia, essential tremor, Huntington disease, restless legs syndrome, tardive dyskinesia, and Wilson disease. To be called a movement disorder specialist a neurologist must take a 1–3 year fellowship in a movement disorder program after finishing his neurology training.
100 Questions & Answers About Parkinson Disease by Abraham Lieberman