Parkinson’s Disease

Description :

Parkinson's disease is a condition in which parts of the brain become progressively damaged for many years. This disease is caused by a loss of nerve cells in substantia nigra which is the part of the brain. This leads to a reduction in a chemical compound called dopamine in the brain. Most people when they are over 50 at age, start to develop symptoms with Parkinson's. Men are slightly more likely to get Parkinson's disease with respect to women.

•    Postural Instability
•    Bradykinesia
•    Rigidity
•    Tremor
•    Dyskinesia
•    Dystonia
•    Lewy Body Dementia
•    Multiple System Atrophy
•    Corticobasal Degeneration
•    Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

Related: Parkinson’s disease Conferences | Parkinson’s disease Conferences 2020 | Parkinson’s disease Meetings | Parkinson’s disease Meetings 2020 | Parkinson’s disease Congress | Parkinson’s disease Congress 2020 | Parkinson’s disease Events | Parkinson’s disease Events 2020

4th International Neurology & Therapeutics Conference, International Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, ; 28th Annual Meeting of Israel Society For Neuroscience; 7th International Congress of Emirates Neurology Society.

Related Associations:

National Neurotrauma Society, National Parkinson Foundation, Neurology British Columbia, North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society, North American Spine Society, Polish Neurological Society, Primary Care Neurology Society, Southern Clinical Neurological Society, Spanish Neurological Society, Spine Society of Europe, Texas Association of Pediatric Neurology