62-Year-Old Woman With Levodopa-Responsive Primary Slow Orthostatic Tremor: Could It Be A Premotor Sign of Parkinson's Disease?

Case reports in Neurology
12 Feb, 2020 ,

The patient was suffering from leg tremor on standing for 2 years without any neurological signs. Since her orthostatic tremor with low-frequency discharge was responsive to dopaminergic medication, Fumihito Yoshii speculated that it might be a premotor sign of Parkinson’s disease. Her leg tremor symptoms completely disappeared post administration of levopoda 200 mg and pramipexole 0.75 mg.

 

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