Understanding Parkinsons Disease Anatomical Chart 2E
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Describes and illustrates common signs and symptoms.
Lists related symptoms, causes and risk factors.
Describes various management and treatment options.
Explains the involvement of the brain with body movement.
Shows the role of neurotransmitters.
Size: 20" W x 26" H
The Anatomical Chart Company - Understanding Parkinson's Disease chart defines Parkinson's Disease (PD) and illustrates the brain in various views. Describes and illustrates common signs and symptoms. Also lists related symptoms such as decreased/loss of sense of smell, depression, sleep problems, etc. Lists causes and risk factors. Describes various management and treatment options such as medications, surgery and therapy. Shows an electrode brain implant on a figure with a mask-like expression. Explains the involvement of the brain with body movement and shows a figure with a tremor impulse coming from the brain down the arm. Shows the role of neurotransmitters and describes the steps from a neuron receiving a message to post-message release of dopamine.
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