Translation of Parkinson's disease in Spanish:

Parkinson's disease

enfermedad de Parkinson, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑrkənsənz dəˌziz//ˈpɑːkɪns(ə)nz/

noun

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    enfermedad de Parkinson feminine
    mal de Parkinson masculine
    Parkinson masculine
    parálisis agitante feminine
    parálisis temblorosa feminine
    • Many neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's disease and stroke, affect the timings of the muscle activity.
    • In fact epilepsy is more than three times as common as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and cerebral palsy.
    • In Parkinson's disease, production of a substance called dopamine in the brain is reduced.
    • These types of drugs are used to slow the progression Parkinson's disease.
    • In theory, they could be used to treat diseases such as diabetes, stroke and Parkinson's disease.
    • A lack of it is involved in Parkinson's disease, which causes tremors and twitches.
    • Stem cells could be used to introduce healthy, dopamine producing neurones in the brain of a patient with Parkinson's disease.
    • Advances in the treatment of Parkinson's disease, asthma and strokes have all been made as a result of research with primates.
    • Persistent sounds could be a symptom of a serious condition such as a brain tumor or Parkinson's disease.
    • In later life he had what his colleagues regarded as Parkinson's disease or a related movement disorder, from which he died.
    • The depression associated with Parkinson's disease must be treated.
    • The patients had had symptoms of Parkinson's disease for an average of 12 years.
    • Will embryonic stem cells be a useful source of dopamine neurons for transplant into patients with Parkinson's disease?
    • Acupuncture may also help Parkinson's disease, by calming the tremors and easing stiffness.
    • This occurs in conditions including multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and Parkinson's disease.
    • Discoveries could ultimately lead to cures for Parkinson's disease and other illnesses.
    • What use may these cells, which can be turned into other tissues, be to people with diabetes or Parkinson's disease?
    • A reduction of dose would lead to a worsening of motor symptoms, counter to the primary aim of treating Parkinson's disease.
    • Cells grown from stem cells could be used to treat a range of illnesses from Parkinson's disease and diabetes to heart disease.
    • There are people with Parkinson's disease who have elderly parents dependent on them when they, themselves, need care.