Increased blood-cerebrospinal fluid transfer of albumin in advanced Parkinsons disease
Journal of Neuroinflammation, 08/09/2012
Pisani V et al. – The study demonstrates that possible dysfunction of the blood–cerebrospinal fluid barrier, blood–brain barrier, or both, characterize Parkinson's disease progression. The associations between clinical scores, treatments and biochemical findings suggest a progressive impairment of barrier integrity during the course of the disease.