Speech & Swallowing in Parkinson Disease – UF Parkinson Educational Symposium 2019

Speech & Swallowing in Parkinson Disease – UF Parkinson Educational Symposium 2019

Publication date: Oct 07, 2019

Dr. Karen Hegland and Nicole Herndon discuss the difficulties PD patients can have with speech and swallowing as well as the treatments available.

The University of Florida Center for Movement Disorders & Neurorestoration is founded on the philosophy that integrated, interdisciplinary care is the most effective approach for patients with movement disorders and disorders involving a group of circuits in the brain called the basal ganglia. The Center delivers motor, cognitive and behavioral diagnoses as well as various treatments all in one centralized location. Care is coordinated and provided by leading specialists from many advanced medical and surgical services.

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Concepts Keywords
Basal Ganglia RTT
Brain Branches of biology
Cognitive Psychiatric diagnosis
Deep Brain Stimulation Parkinson’s disease
Florida Geriatrics
Herndon Surgery
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Movement Disorders Org parkinsons disease
Parkinson Surgical services
Philosophy Basal ganglia
Medical specialties


Type Source Name
disease MESH Parkinson Disease
disease DOID Parkinson Disease
disease MESH Movement Disorders
disease MESH diagnoses
drug DRUGBANK Coenzyme M


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