What is Benserazide?

Benserazide (also called Serazide or Ro 4-4602) is a peripherally-acting aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (AADC) or DOPA decarboxylase inhibitor, which is unable to cross the blood–brain barrier.

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Look, I don't have any money to offer, am worried I have an emergency, can get to a hospital, but don't want to do this if it can wait to tomorrow,...

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You are diagnosed with Parkinson's and are on levodopa and benserazide (?duration). Suffering from heart burn, indigestion and intense...

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Last year after many test because of tiredness fatique and loss of weight 13kg I was refered to a nuerologist because off a tremor seen in my right...

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Hi welcome to HCMForum. You have parjinsonism but it is secondary to or alongwith harmonal imbalance or malignancy.
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