Rasagiline effect on bladder disturbances in early mild Parkinson's disease patients.

@article{Brusa2014RasagilineEO,
  title={Rasagiline effect on bladder disturbances in early mild Parkinson's disease patients.},
  author={Livia Brusa and Stefania Musco and Giorgio Bernardi and Cesare Iani and Mariangela Pierantozzi and P Stanzione and Alessandro Stefani and Enrico Finazzi Agr{\'o}},
  journal={Parkinsonism & related disorders},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 8},
  pages={
          931-2
        }
}
Rasagiline was administered in mild PD patients com plaining for incomplete compensation of motor symptoms and bladder disturbances. Its urodyn amic and motor effects were studied. Results demonstrated that rasagiline significantly ameliorated urodynamic and urologic questioner scores. We speculate that urinary effect was due to an increase of dopamine post-synaptic concentration at central level. Introduction It is well known that bladder dysfunction is one of the most common autonomic… CONTINUE READING

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