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  • adj. Relating to, or appearing to be caused by, Parkinson's syndrome.
  • n. One who has Parkinson's syndrome.


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  • Hand tremors, slowed walking gait, and other mild parkinsonian signs are present in about 50% of people by the age of 85, but little is known about their underlying pathology, researchers said.

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  • Caveat: Other factors or health conditions may contribute to cerebrovascular pathologies and parkinsonian signs, researchers said.

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  • Aggressive treatment of vascular risk factors might prevent blockages and reduce parkinsonian signs in older individuals, researchers said.

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  • In their paper, published in April 2009, Gradinaru wrote, “The effects were not subtle; indeed, in nearly every case these severely parkinsonian animals were restored to behavior indistinguishable from normal.”

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  • Optical deconstruction of parkinsonian neural circuitry.

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  • Not rubisco--it churns out new molecules at the parkinsonian rate of 3 reactions per second.

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  • He could develop tremors, almost like parkinsonian-type tremors.

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  • His research is focused on "the molecular neuropathologic characterization of dementia and movement disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Lewy body dementia and parkinsonian disorders," according to Mayo. Local News

  • The study also noted a statistically significant reduction in parkinsonian symptoms was reached after nine weeks of administration with Cogane.

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  • Oral administration of Cogane over eighteen weeks significantly reduced parkinsonian disability by 43 % in the macaque model of MPTP-induced Parkinson's disease (the gold standard for preclinical Parkinson's disease research), which will be clinically highly relevant if repeated in Parkinson's disease patients, in a recently completed efficay study.

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