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Pathophysiology of Parkinson's Disease Psychosis

March 6, 201511 min
Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Symptoms of psychosis in Parkinson's disease (PD) are relatively common and create a great disturbance in our patients' daily lives. In this episode of Perspectives in Parkinson's Disease Psychosis, host Dr. Anthony Alessi welcomes Dr. Claire Henchcliffe to discuss the pathophysiology of PD psychosis. Dr. Henchcliffe is Vice Chair of Clinical Research in Neurology; and Director of Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Institute at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York, New York. This program is intended for healthcare providers and is not approved for continuing medical education credit. Sponsored by © ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc. All rights reserved. PDP-0092 4/15

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