Veronica Hackethal, MDAug 30, 2017Parkinson diseaseAlzheimer diseaseDementiaPsychotic Affective Disorders How common is psychosis in PD? Implications? Risk factors? Insights here, and measures that may help. Parkinson disease (PD) psychosis is a clinical marker for increased disease burden. Single Center Prospective Study of Psychosis in PD without Dementia]1] Psychosis Common in PD without Dementia, Linked to Worse PD Symptoms Psychosis Risk Increased with Dopamine Agonists Limitations: Participants came from a tertiary care center, and may have been more educated than average Avoid Dopamine Agonists in PD Visual Symptoms but without Dementia Take Home Points Reference1. Barrett MJ, Smolkin ME, Flanigan JL, et al. Characteristics, correlates, and assessment of psychosis in Parkinson disease without dementia. Parkinsonism Relat Disord. July 15, 2017. DOI: 10.1016/j.parkreldis.2017.07.011.