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Ventilatory Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease


, : Ventilatory Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease. Journal of Parkinson's Disease 6(3): 463-471

In contrast to some other neurodegenerative diseases, little is known about ventilatory dysfunction in Parkinson's disease (PD). To assess the spectrum of ventilation disorders in PD, we searched for and reviewed studies of dyspnea, lung volumes, respiratory muscle function, sleep breathing disorders and the response to hypoxemia in PD. Among the studies, we identified some limitations: (i) small study populations (mainly composed of patients with advanced PD), (ii) the absence of long-term follow-up and (iii) the absence of functional evaluations under "off-drug" conditions. Although there are many reports of abnormal spirometry data in PD (mainly related to impairment of the inspiratory muscles), little is known about hypoventilation in PD. We conclude that ventilatory dysfunction in PD has been poorly studied and little is known about its frequency and clinical relevance. Hence, there is a need to characterize the different phenotypes of ventilation disorders in PD, study their relationships with disease progression and assess their prognostic value.

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PMID: 27314755

DOI: 10.3233/JPD-160804


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