Neuroscience Journal / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Change in Motor and Nonmotor Symptoms Severity in a “Real-Life” Cohort of Subjects with Parkinson’s Disease

Table 2

Parkinson’s disease change in severity based on MDS-UPDRS severity scale.

MDS-UPDRSInitial evaluationFollow-up value

MDS-UPDRS Part I
 Mild33 (62.3%)35 (66%)0.751
 Moderate17 (32.1%) 15 (28.3%)0.789
 Severe3 (5.7%)3 (5.7%)0.617
MDS-UPDRS Part II
 Mild34 (64.2%)37 (69.8%)0.579
 Moderate17 (32.1%)13 (24.5%)0.422
 Severe2 (3.8%)3 (5.7%)<0.99
MDS-UPDRS Part III
 Mild36 (67.9%)38 (71.7%)0.789
 Moderate14 (26.4%)14 (26.4%)0.802
 Severe3 (5.7%)1 (1.9%)0.617
MDS-UPDRS Part IV
 Mild49 (92.5%)45 (84.9%)0.288
 Moderate4 (7.5%)8 (15.1%)0.288
 Severe0% (0)0% (0)

MDS-UPDRS: Movement Disorder Society Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale.