David A. Klapper

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For Parkinson's patients to function at their best, the clinicians who care for them must be able to manage and offset the fluctuations in movement that occur throughout the day. Symptoms of Parkinsonism such as bradykinesia, hypokinesia and akinesia and medication-related side effects such as dyskinesia need to be reported to the clinician in a manner that(More)
For Parkinson's patients to function at their best, their medications need to be optimally adjusted to the diurnal variation of symptoms. For this to occur, it is important for the managing clinician to have an accurate picture of how the patient's bradykinesia / hypokinesia and dyskinesia fluctuate throughout the normal daily activities. This thesis(More)
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