Anatomy & Physiology of Parkinson's

Anatomy and Physiology of Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's Disease is a debilitating disorder which destroys voluntary movement. Voluntary movement is important because it is how behavior is expressed. Behavior is the ultimate function of the nervous system as it determines survival. In other words, the brain controls processes that direct motion, and through movement, activities can be performed that allow survival. Click the links below learn more!

Overview

Corto-Basal Ganglia Loop

Parkinson's Disease and Expression of Symptoms

Free Radicals

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