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Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a complex fatal chronic neurodegenerative disease most common in elderly people. The early genome-wide association studies (GWAS) found that the minor allele variant of PARK16 rs708730 polymorphism is a significant protective factor for PD in Caucasian populations. However, these results cannot be repeated by the following studies in Caucasian populations and... More
The dosing of anti-Parkinson drugs is considered as the optimal control of the symptoms of PD, and increasing the dose of drugs is a common method to treat the aggravate state of PD. However, this is a case of PD elderly patient who had nephritic syndrome, with an increase in the dose, the symptoms did... More