OANA CRICIOTOIU, DIANA IULIA STANCA, DANIELA GABRIELA GLAVAN, SIMONA BONDARI, RAMONA DENISE MALIN, MIRCEA SORIN CIOLOFAN, MARIUS GABRIEL BUNESCU, FLORIN MARIUS ROMANESCU, MICHAEL SCHENKER, OVIDIU STEFAN GEORGESCU, MANUELA IULIANA DRAGOMIR, VICTOR GHEORMAN, VERONICA GHEORMAN, DAN IONUT GHEONEA THE RELATIONS BETWEEN NON-MOTOR SYMPTOMS AND MOTOR SYMPTOMS IN PARKINSON DISEASE The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between motor and non-motor symptoms in patients diagnosed with Parkinson. We included in our study 72 patients diagnosed with Parkinson disease:28 female and 44 males. Each patient was evaluated using Non-motor Symptoms Questionnaire for Parkinson Disease, for motor status we used Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) part 3 (motor part). The results of our study indicated that there is a correlation between the non-motor state and the motor symptoms but not in all non-motor domains. The study indicates that the digestive symptoms, the, cardiovascular, sleep and miscellaneous correlate with the motor symptoms but urinary symptoms, memory, hallucination, depression and sexual dysfunction does not show an interdependence with the motor state.
Keywords: Parkinson disease, non-motor symptoms, motor symptoms