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Managing psychosis in Parkinson’s disease without drugs


Psychosis in Parkinson’s disease (PD) is common and the associated poor outcomes mandate a rigorous approach to identification and treatment. Psychosis is associated with depressive symptoms, poor quality of life, impaired activities of daily living, increased caregiver burden, nursing home placement and mortality [1–4].

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