Diurnal responsiveness to apomorphine.

Abstract

Many parkinsonian patients respond to L-dopa better in the morning than at other times. To explore the possibility that this phenomenon represents diurnal fluctuations in dopaminergic receptor responsiveness, we compared the effects of subcutaneously administered apomorphine during "off" periods in the mornings and afternoons in nine fluctuating patients… (More)

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