The Scientific Basis for the Treatment of Parkinson's Disease
Charles Warren Olanow, Abraham N. Lieberman
Parthenon Publishing Group, 1992 - Medical - 307 pages
An international review of recent methods of treating Parkinson's disease, and the scientific basis on which these methods are based. At the same time, the book covers preventative and grafting treatment.
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Etiology of Parkinsons disease
Adverse effects of levodopa
Neural grafting for Parkinsons disease
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