Progressive supranuclear palsy

What is Progressive supranuclear palsy?

It's a movement disorder that is caused by injury to specific nerve cells of the brain.

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what does this mean on my brain mri report?There are no findings suggestive of a movement disorder origination from the brain, brainstem, or...

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There are small areas in brain showing slightly deficient blood supply

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Hi Itsgeorgegriffiths,
Thanks for writing in...

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Are you familiar with the neurological disease PSP?

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Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

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Hello Julianpl,
I am writing in detail about PSP ( Progressive Supranuclear Palsy)....

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I have progressive supranuclear palsy. Can Mayo help me ?

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PSP a challenge for any clinic.

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I read your question carefully and I am sorry about the symptoms you are...

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