1 pointHi all! Thanks Dianne. We didn't think we were having any for a while there. Grandkids I mean. Happy birthday, JB. The cats much have thought they needed to bribe us to stay home. Yesterday they came out with a toy that has been missing for ages. Then this morning one cat brought out another toy that has been missing. I'm thinking they hid them on purpose. If those cats could talk what a tale that would be.
1 pointThere are cases of Parkinson that have atrophy and overlap with motor neuron disease. They are less common but possible. Many of the cases I have seen have actually done very well. There is also a condition that is treatable called hemi-atrophy hemiparkinsonism and this can be diagnosed by exam and also the use of a MRI (both are needed).