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Will Parkinsonism progress the same way Parkinson's does?

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Parkinsonism is any condition that causes a combination of the movement abnormalities seen in Parkinson's disease — such as tremor, slow movement, impaired speech or muscle stiffness — especially resulting from the loss of dopamine-containing nerve cells (neurons). Not everyone with Parkinsonism has Parkinson's disease. Parkinsonism can be caused by medications, Lewy
body dementia or other illnesses. It's more about symptoms than the disease.
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Do these symptoms get worse like Parkinson's do? What can I expect to happen to my husband in the future
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