Daniel Oved

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Dopamine agonists are becoming increasingly important in the treatment of early and advanced symptoms of Parkinson disease (PD). Although dopamine agonists are known to increase somnolence, their effect on fatigue and the relationship between fatigue and somnolence have not been investigated thoroughly. The objective of this study is to quantitatively(More)
We studied two sisters with rapidly progressing ALS starting at the ages of 46 and 48 years and leading to death after 14 months. Both fulfilled the El Escorial criteria for definite ALS and had marked upper motor neuron (UMN) predominance. Brain MRI, on fluid attenuation recovery (FLAIR) mode, showed outstanding hyperintensities of the precentral gyrus,(More)
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