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Stridor and parkinsonism.
  1. D. Read,
  2. A. Young


    A patient is described with idiopathic Parkinson's disease and severe laryngeal stridor. Other than urinary frequency and urgency, not uncommon in this condition, and postoperative levodopa-sensitive postural hypotension, there were no features of generalized autonomic failure. The laryngeal stridor responded to levodopa therapy, and we are not aware that this has been reported previously.

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