Expert Video - What are motor fluctuations and dyskinesias in Parkinson's disease? How are they treated?

Expert neurologists describe what motor fluctuations and dyskinesias are, and that they happen in patients who’ve been treated with Parkinson’s medications for a number of years. They also talk about how motor fluctuations and dyskinesias can be treated.

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