Idiopathic REM sleep behaviour disorder and neurodegeneration — an update View Full Text


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2017-11-24

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Birgit Högl, Ambra Stefani, Aleksandar Videnovic

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Key PointsClinically isolated rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavioural disorder (RBD) is considered to be an early stage of α-synucleinopathy that can provide a window into the future health of the brainElementary, minor and major body and limb jerks on surface electromyography (REM sleep without atonia) or video polysomnography are the main hallmarks of RBDAccurate diagnosis of isolated RBD is critical in clinical trials and should be confirmed by polysomnography rather than implied by subjective tools such as questionnairesIn patients with isolated RBD, conversion to α-synucleinopathy often results in Parkinson disease dementia or dementia with Lewy bodies; the highest risk of conversion has been calculated for polysomnography-confirmed isolated RBDThe term 'prodromal RBD' should be used (in analogy to prodromal Parkinson disease) to define recognizable precursory disease states before the full diagnostic criteria for isolated RBD are metThis prodromal stage might enable the identification of individuals at risk of neurodegeneration even before the development of isolated RBD More... »

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