Mr. Wang is a 58 years old Chinese patient suffering from Parkinson’s disease. He was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of weakness of 4 limbs with progressive aggravation for over 18 years and stiffness with unstable walking for over 13 years on September 1st 2014.
MRI of his brain on May 23rd, 2014 showed: encephalic multiple lacunar infarction, leukoaraiosis, senile brain changes, the beginning section of right anterior cerebral artery was thin, weak signal of blood stream.
He was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of the tremor and limited movement ability of his left hand with progressive disease course for 6 years. He underwent the tremor of his left hand at the beginning of 2004, then the symptom was aggravating, which led to the limited movement ability of his left shoulder. He went to visit the doctors in local hospital and London hospital, was diagnosed as Parkinson's disease. The EMG indicated: slightly abnormal, mild sensation axonal neuropathy. He was given nerve nutrition medication without obvious improvements.