Imaging analysis tells Parkinson’s from atypical parkinsonism

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An illustration shows the human brain in profile.BrainTale’s noninvasive imaging analysis software, BrainTale-care, may be able to distinguish Parkinson’s disease from atypical parkinsonism. That’s according to data from an advanced MRI technique, called diffusion tensor imaging, that measures the diffusion of water molecules in the brain’s white matter. White matter contains nerve fibers connecting different brain regions. “The easy access to diffusion tensor […]The post Imaging analysis tells Parkinson’s from atypical parkinsonism appeared first on Parkinson’s News Today.Continue ReadingPoor adherence to Nourianz linked to anxiety, mood changesBy Margarida Maia, PhD on 07/05/2024
Several hands are shown holding oral medications, while one holds a prescription bottle.People with Parkinson’s disease who don’t always take Nourianz (istradefylline) as prescribed are more likely to have fewer prescriptions for other approved medications and to have anxiety, mood changes, or cognitive problems, a study finds. Understanding how well patients follow the instructions for taking Nourianz, such as how often it should be taken and at […]The post Poor adherence to Nourianz linked to anxiety, mood changes appeared first on Parkinson’s News Today.Continue ReadingMore Recent Articles:PET tracer shows promise for early diagnosis of Parkinson’s: Study
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