A multicentre longitudinal observational study of changes in self reported health status in people with Parkinson's disease left untreated at diagnosis.

@article{Grosset2007AML,
  title={A multicentre longitudinal observational study of changes in self reported health status in people with Parkinson's disease left untreated at diagnosis.},
  author={D G Grosset and Lynn Taurah and David J. Burn and Dough MacMahon and Alison Forbes and Kirsten Turner and Annette Bowron and R. Walker and Leslie Findley and Owen Foster and Ketan R Patel and Chris Clough and Beverly Castleton and S L Smith and Gemma E. Carey and Tyler Murphy and Joni Hill and Una Brechany and Pauline McGee and Stephanie Reading and Grace Brand and Linda Kelly and Kieran C. Breen and Stephanie Ford and Matt Baker and Andrew L. Williams and Jean Hearne and Nawab Qizilbash and Kallol Ray Chaudhuri},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={78 5},
  pages={465-9}
}
BACKGROUND The issue of when to start treatment in Parkinson's disease (PD) remains controversial. Some favour treatment at diagnosis while others opt for a "wait and watch" policy. The effect of the latter policy on the self reported health status of people with PD is unknown. AIMS To record self reported health status through longitudinal use of a… CONTINUE READING