By Abraham Lieberman
A patient-oriented consultant to dealing with Parkinson illness and the actual and emotional problems linked to the ailment.
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Movement disorders can involve all parts of the nervous system; the majority originate in the brain, although injuries or disorders of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves may also cause problems with movement. Diagnosing these disorders requires specialized training. Knowledge about the causes and mechanisms of movement disorders is growing rapidly, as are advances in treatment. Recent developments have added to the understanding of genetic abnormalities and are also revealing some of the causes of specific movement 43 l eb02 11/13/02 11:20 AM 1 0 0 Page 44 Q & A A B O U T P A R K I N S O N D I S E A S E disorders.
The mask-like or expressionless face that is characteristic of PD results, in part, from rigidity of your facial muscles. Many people with PD have “cogwheel rigidity,” in which the arm or leg “catches” during movement, resembling the way a cog catches in a wheel. The small, illegible, compressed handwriting and the decreased eye blinking of people with PD are related, in part, to rigidity. Bradykinesia means slow (brady) movement (kinesis). In addition to slow movement, bradykinesia also includes an incompleteness of movement, a difficulty in initiating movement, and an arrest of ongoing movement associated with this slowness.
When pain is severe and persistent, it must not be assumed it is related PD, and other causes must be sought. Some people with PD report a feeling of either heat or cold or numbness and tingling in their arms or legs. Sometimes, but not 25 l eb02 11/13/02 11:20 AM 1 0 0 Hypophonia softness of voice stemming from rigidity in the muscles of the larynx and lungs. Lee Silverman Voice Training a method of training a person to strengthen his or her voice by singing loudly or shouting. Dysarthria difficulty forming or pronouncing words.
100 Questions & Answers About Parkinson Disease by Abraham Lieberman
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