Parkinson's Disease and its Management

BMJ 1994; 308 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.308.6923.281 (Published 22 January 1994)
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  1. R C Hughes

    Parkinson's disease and its various mimics occur in increasing numbers in our aging population, and the chronicity of the condition puts an ever growing demand on medical and social facilities.

    For these reasons, together with the increasing number of drugs available and the fact that these are not always presented in a pharmacological order of merit, it is opportune that a small monograph such as Parkinson's Disease and its Management should become available.

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