Quantifying the impact of dyskinesias in PD: the PDYS-26: a patient-based outcome measure.

@article{Katzenschlager2007QuantifyingTI,
  title={Quantifying the impact of dyskinesias in PD: the PDYS-26: a patient-based outcome measure.},
  author={Regina Katzenschlager and Anette Schrag and Andrew Stephen Evans and Alice J Manson and Camille B. Carroll and Donatella Ottaviani and A. J. Lees and Jeremy Hobart},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2007},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={555-63}
}
BACKGROUND Drug-induced dyskinesias are a common and disabling clinical problem in the long-term management of Parkinson disease (PD). Their management and the development of new treatments rely on rigorous and meaningful dyskinesia measurement. Although clinician-based approaches exist, patient-based measures are limited. METHOD Potential rating scale items concerning daily activities affected by dyskinesias were generated from patients, literature review, and expert opinion. The resulting… CONTINUE READING

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