Parkinson facial features

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By Editorial Team. Not all people with PD experience the same symptoms , or to the same severity. When people with PD have a mask-like expression, their face has less facial movements and appears less animated. The scientific term for this is hypomimia, which means a reduction in the expressiveness of the face that is marked by diminished animation and movement of the facial muscles. Interaction with others is a mixture of verbal and nonverbal communication, and facial expressions play a large role in the nonverbal communication, displaying our emotions and interest.

Facial Masking

Frontiers | Deficits in the Mimicry of Facial Expressions in Parkinson's Disease | Psychology

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Symptoms - Mask-like Expression

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