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Increased Alzheimer pathology in Parkinson's disease related to antimuscarinic drugs.

The hypothesis that blockade of muscarinic receptors is associated with increased Alzheimer-type pathology was investigated in Parkinson's disease. Amyloid plaque densities were more than 2.5-fold higher in cases treated with antimuscarinic medication in the long term compared with untreated or short-term treated cases (p = 0.005 and 0.00005, respectively). Neurofibrillary tangle densities were also highest in chronic compared with untreated or acute-treated groups (p = 0.02 and 0.05, respectively). The findings, if replicated, have potential implications for the use of anticholinergic medication in elderly Parkinson's disease patients.[1]

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  1. Increased Alzheimer pathology in Parkinson's disease related to antimuscarinic drugs. Perry, E.K., Kilford, L., Lees, A.J., Burn, D.J., Perry, R.H. Ann. Neurol. (2003) [Pubmed]
 
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