Influence of visual cues on gait in Parkinson’s disease: contribution to attention or sensory dependence?

Published in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences, official journal of the World Federation of Neurology.

“In conclusion, visual cues may contribute to attention and/or to vision depending on the situation. A common mechanism may be the shunt of the Basal Ganglia–Supplementary Motor area interaction either by a more important implication of the motor cortex by attention or by the activation of a specific visuomotor pathway for external stimuli.”

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