Causes Of Parkinson’s Disease?
Is my Parkinson’s disease because it was originally caused by my previous accident which was until 3.5 months in a coma and was unconscious for 25 days? but at that time the scan showed no white results, which nerve was affected by? What should I do?
Parkinson's disease occurs as a result of disruption in the production and formation of chemical structures in the brain that function to regulate motion.
A series of tests is needed to diagnose this disease. However, there is another term that is often misinterpreted as Parkinson's Disease, namely Parkinsonism, a collection of symptoms that resemble Parkinson's but with causes beyond the chemical structure of dopamine.
The most supporting examination that can be done to confirm this is by performing a CTScan. On the CTScan, the white image indicates a mass and the black color indicates bleeding.
We recommend that you consult yourself to determine the cause of the symptoms of Parkinson's or Parkinsonism and treated accordingly.
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