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What is Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease?

What is Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease?

  • Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: An absence of expression on the face is medically called "flat affect" which is classical of Parkinson's disease.

Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: Introduction

Types of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease:

Broader types of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease:

What causes Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease?

Causes of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: see causes of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease

What are the symptoms of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease?

Symptoms of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: see symptoms of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease

Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease.
Treatments for Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease: see treatments for Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease

Name of Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease

Main name of condition: Mask facies as in case of Parkinson's disease

 

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