Parkinson's Disease and dopamine agoinst drugs

by Phillips M., Breen K.
Evidence suggests that people with Parkinson’s disease who are treated with dopamineagonist drugs may have a greater incidence of impulse control disorders including compulsive gambling, hypersexuality, and potential addiction to the medication. These manifestations will have a detrimental impact on the lives of the patients as well as their families. Mel Philips and Dr Kieran Breen discuss management.

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