Vascular parkinsonism: what makes it different?

@article{Gupta2011VascularPW,
  title={Vascular parkinsonism: what makes it different?},
  author={D. Gupta and A. Kuruvilla},
  journal={Postgraduate Medical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={87},
  pages={829 - 836}
}
Vascular parkinsonism (VP) accounts for 2.5–5% of all cases of parkinsonism in various population based and clinical cohort studies. VP develops as a result of ischaemic cerebrovascular disease, so aetiologically it is classified as secondary parkinsonism. It has been variably referred to in the literature as arteriosclerotic parkinsonism, vascular pseudo-parkinsonism, and lower body parkinsonism. The most important consideration while making a diagnosis of VP should be to differentiate VP from… Expand
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