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Neuropathy in Parkinson Disease
Neurol 77:1947-1950, e132, Rajabally, Y.A. and Martey, J., 2011
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Article Abstract
Neuropathy is more prevalent in patients with PD than in control subjects. This may be predominantly due to vitamin B12 deficiency, which could relate to cumulative levodopa exposure in susceptible individuals. Vitamin B12 monitoring and supplementation, as well as serial clinical assessment for neuropathy, may be advisable in patients with PD.
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