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Freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease: a perceptual cause for a motor impairment?
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    FOG DIAGNOSIS : ASSESSMENT OF AMBULATORY GAIT MONITOR DEVICING AND POSTUROGRAPHY ELICITING WORKS
    • SABINO G ECHEBARRIA MENDIETA, NEUROLOGIST.NEUROLOGY AREA-BASQUE HEALTH SERVICE.H. SAN ELOY -BARAKALDO-BIZKAIA . DISTRICT CLINICS
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    Novel descriptions of methodologies , tools and diagnostic devices have emeerged in the context of diagnosis / treatment of Freezing of gait ( FOG ) in parkinson 's disease. defined as a sudeen and unpredictable mechanism with the patient ' glued ' to the floor or altered step frorward , which onset may be conditioned by turning , step initiation , esternal stimuli or spatial constratint . A plenty of observation tools h...

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