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Managing Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson's Patients

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    Impulse control disorders have become increasingly reported in Parkinson's Disease patients. Dr. Matthew Menza, professor of psychiatry and neurology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explore the etiology of impulse control disorders in the general population and in Parkinson's patients. Are impulse control disorders more common in Parkinson's patients, or are we just identifying them more readily? What can we do to help these patients?

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    Impulse control disorders have become increasingly reported in Parkinson's Disease patients. Dr. Matthew Menza, professor of psychiatry and neurology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explore the etiology of impulse control disorders in the general population and in Parkinson's patients. Are impulse control disorders more common in Parkinson's patients, or are we just identifying them more readily? What can we do to help these patients?

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