Dopaminergic pathways and resting-state functional connectivity in Parkinson's disease with freezing of gait
Freezing of gait is a common phenomenon of advanced Parkinson’s disease. Besides locomotor function per se, a role of cognitive deficits has been suggested. Limited evidence of associated dopaminergic deficits points to caudatal denervation. Further, altered functional connectivity within resting-...
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