Twenty-five non-demented patients with mild, idiopathic, Parkinson's disease were compared with 25 age and education matched normal controls on a visuo-spatial performance task, whose characteristics were directional forecast, with minimal motor requirement and a maximal spatial load. No statistical support was found for the existence of spatial impairment in these patients.
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