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1 patient data entry collated from reference Dolhun et al, 2013.

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Clinical representationSymptomsAge groupPatient ageAge of onsetAge of death
Developed first neurologic problems in his thirties. Parkinsonism, bilateral ptosis, double vision, facial weakness, progressive ophthalmoplegia, shuffling gait and overall slowness of movements. He experienced a gradual progression of his rigidity, bradykinesia without any significant asymmetry, hypophonia and within 10–15 years he also developed camptocormia with subsequent postural instability. Dementia diagnosed at the age of 75 years. Family history was positive for external ophthalmople- gia and Parkinson’s disease diagnosed in his father and brother.
-parkinson's disease

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