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Living with Dementia

Neurodegenerative Movement Disorder

Eye Tremors May Be Early Sign of Parkinson’s

Eye tremors are pervasive in Parkinson’s disease and could be an early warning sign of the neurodegenerative movement disorder, according to a case-control study.

All 112 Parkinson’s patients tested, including newly diagnosed cases not yet on medication, showed constant small rhythmic movements of their eyes when attempting to fix their gaze on an object,… Eye Tremors May Be Early Sign of Parkinson’s   

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