alexa Dopaminergic denervation is not necessary to induce gait disorders in atypical parkinsonian syndrome

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Dopaminergic denervation is not necessary to induce gait disorders in atypical parkinsonian syndrome

Dopaminergic denervation, as measured by FP-CIT SPECT, is not necessary to induce alterations of spatiotemporal gait parameters during single and dual task in patients presenting with atypical parkinsonian syndromes.

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