The clinical study of complex movements is a mandatory element for the examination of patients affected by Parkinson Disease (PD). Instrumental evaluation of these patients can provide essential elements for diagnosis completeness and for the validation of pharmacological and rehabilitation treatments. In this context, the aim of the present study was to verify if instrumental evaluations of the upper and lower limbs motion could reveal significant differences between a group of patients affected by PD and a group of control (C). Moreover, we looked for possible correlations, which could be useful to point out indicators of the state of the subject.
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