Parkinson's disease Part 2: visual aspects

Richard A. Armstrong

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Abstract

There are two aspects of Parkinson's disease specifically discussed in this article. First, visual symptoms are present in a proportion of patients with the disease and it is important that these are recognised. Second, Parkinson's disease can be successfully treated with drugs, but some of the drugs have ocular side effects and optometrists need to be aware of the signs of ocular complication in these patients.
Original languageEnglish
Pages36-38
Number of pages3
Volume1994
No.June
Specialist publicationOptometry Today
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1994

Keywords

  • Parkinson
  • disease
  • visual symptoms
  • drugs
  • ocular side effects
  • optometrists
  • ocular complication

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