Resting Tremors of Right Hand in Parkinson’s Disease


Resting tremors are a hallmark of Parkinson’s disease (PD). Tremors start on one side of the body affecting upper limb more severely than the lower limb. After 3 years or in some cases even longer, tremors become symmetric involving the other side. In this case, the patient continued to have only right-sided tremors even 7Continue reading “Resting Tremors of Right Hand in Parkinson’s Disease”