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Hallucinations in Parkinson's disease: prevalence, phenomenology and risk factors.
Hallucinations, mainly of a visual nature, are considered to affect about one-quarter of patients with Parkinson's disease. They are commonly viewed as a side-effect of antiparkinsonian treatment,Expand
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Epidemiology of psychosis in Parkinson's disease
Psychotic symptoms are frequent and disabling in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). Methodological issues in the epidemiology of PD associated psychosis (PDP) include differences in the symptomsExpand
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Scales to assess psychosis in Parkinson's disease: Critique and recommendations
Psychotic symptoms are a frequent occurrence in Parkinson's disease (PD), affecting up to 50% of patients. The Movement Disorder Society established a Task Force on Rating Scales in PD, and thisExpand
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The primate motor thalamus
The functional parcellation of the motor thalamus of primates has suffered from serious historical and technical drawbacks, which have led to extreme confusion. This is a problem when thalamicExpand
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Attempted and completed suicides after subthalamic nucleus stimulation for Parkinson’s disease
A higher than expected frequency of suicide has been reported among patients undergoing subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation (STN DBS) for advanced Parkinson’s disease (PD). We conducted aExpand
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Neuropsychological prediction of dementia in Parkinson’s disease
OBJECTIVE To identify neuropsychological characteristics predictive of later dementia in Parkinson’s disease. METHODS A comprehensive neuropsychological test battery was administered to a cohort ofExpand
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Psychosis in Parkinson's Disease: Phenomenology, Frequency, Risk Factors, and Current Understanding of Pathophysiologic Mechanisms
  • G. Fénelon
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • CNS Spectrums
  • 1 March 2008
ABSTRACT Psychosis in Parkinson's disease refers to a combination of hallucinations and delusions occurring with a clear sensorium and a chronic course. Hallucinations may involve several sensoryExpand
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Hallucinations in Parkinson disease
Patients with Parkinson disease (PD) can experience hallucinations (spontaneous aberrant perceptions) and illusions (misinterpretations of real perceptual stimuli). Of such phenomena, visualExpand
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The changing face of Parkinson's disease‐associated psychosis: A cross‐sectional study based on the new NINDS‐NIMH criteria
New criteria for Parkinson's disease‐associated psychosis (PDAP) were recently proposed by a NINDS‐NIMH working group. We assessed 116 consecutive unselected outpatients with PD for the existence ofExpand
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Hallucinations in Parkinson's disease: A follow‐up study
To study prevalence of hallucinations in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) during a 1‐year period, and identify factors predictive of the onset of hallucinations in patients who wereExpand
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