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Benefit on motor and non-motor behavior in a specialized unit for Parkinson’s disease
Treatment of patients with Parkinson’s disease in specialized units is quite common in Germany. Data on the benefit of this hospitalization of patients with Parkinson’s disease on motor and non-motor… Expand
Continuous Subcutaneous Apomorphine Infusion Improves Severe Restless Legs Syndrome
An urge to move characterizes restless legs syndrome (RLS). RLS patients additionally suffer from unpleasant, often painful, leg sensations. RLS improves with movements or after administration of… Expand