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Symptom: PARALYSISCause: Parkinson-s disease
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Tremors, bradykinesia, and lead-pipe or cogwheel rigidity are the classic signs of Parkinson-s disease. Extreme rigidity can progress to paralysis, particularly in the extremities. In most cases, paralysis resolves with prompt treatment of the disease



Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Parkinson-s disease
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Dystonic spasms are common with Parkinson-s disease. Other classic features include uniform or jerky rigidity, pill-rolling tremor, bradykinesia, dysarthria, dysphagia, drooling, masklike facies, a monotone voice, a stooped posture, and a propulsive gait


Symptom: DYSPHAGIACause: Parkinson-s disease
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Dysphagia is a common symptom with Parkinson-s disease. Other findings include masklike facies, drooling, muscle rigidity, difficulty walking, muscle weakness, and a stooped posture


Symptom: COGWHEEL RIGIDITYCause: Parkinson-s disease
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With Parkinson-s disease, cogwheel rigidity occurs together with an insidious tremor, which usually begins in the fingers (unilateral pill-roll tremor), increases during stress or anxiety, and decreases with purposeful movement and sleep


Symptom: MUSCLE WEAKNESSCause: Parkinson-s disease
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Muscle weakness accompanies rigidity in Parkinson-s disease, a degenerative disorder. Related findings include a unilateral pill-rolling tremor, a propulsive gait, dysarthria, bradykinesia, drooling, dysphagia, masklike facies, and a high-pitched, monotone voice



Symptom: DYSARTHRIACause: Parkinson-s disease
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Parkinson-s disease produces dysarthria and a monotone voice. It also produces muscle rigidity, bradykinesia, involuntary tremor usually beginning in the fingers, difficulty walking, muscle weakness, and a stooped posture. Other findings include masklike facies, dysphagia, and occasionally drooling


Symptom: MUSCLE ATROPHY (Muscle wasting)Cause: Parkinson-s disease
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With Parkinson-s disease, muscle rigidity, weakness, and disuse may produce muscle atrophy. The patient may exhibit insidious resting tremors that usually begin in the fingers (pill-rolling tremor), worsen with stress, and ease with purposeful movement and sleep. He may also develop bradykinesia; a characteristic propulsive gait; a high-pitched, monotone voice; masklike facies; drooling; dysphagia; dysarthria; and, occasionally, oculogyric crisis or blepharospasm


Symptom: TREMORSCause: Parkinson-s disease
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Tremors, a classic early sign of Parkinson-s disease, usually begin in the fingers and may eventually affect the foot, eyelids, jaw, lips, and tongue. The slow, regular, rhythmic resting tremor takes the form of flexion-extension or abduction-adduction of the fingers or hand, or pronation-supination of the hand. Flexion-extension of the fingers combined with abduction-adduction of the thumb yields the characteristic pill-rolling tremor



Symptom: GAIT, PROPULSIVE (Festinating gait)Cause: Parkinson-s disease
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The characteristic and permanent propulsive gait begins early as a shuffle. As the disease progresses, the gait slows. Cardinal signs of the disease are progressive muscle rigidity, which may be uniform (lead-pipe rigidity) or jerky (cogwheel rigidity); akinesia; and an insidious tremor that begins in the fingers, increases during stress or anxiety, and decreases with purposeful movement and sleep. Besides the gait, akinesia also typically produces a monotone voice, drooling, masklike facies, a stooped posture, and dysarthria, dysphagia, or both. Occasionally, it also causes oculogyric crises or blepharospasm


Symptom: DYSTONIACause: Hallervorden-Spatz disease
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Haller-vorden-Spatz disease is a degenerative disease that causes dystonic trunk movements accompanied by choreoathetosis, ataxia, myoclonus, and generalized rigidity. The patient also exhibits a progressive intellectual decline and dysarthria
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