A year ago he was diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy, which caused Mr Eames to lose almost all of his bodily movement and, during the last weeks of his life, claimed his sight.
What does PSNP stand for?
PSNP stands for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
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- Puget Sound Navy Museum (Bremerton, WA)
- Principal Special Needs Officer (education; UK)
- Pseudo-Natural Orbital
- Public Schools of New Orleans (Louisiana)
- Palm Springs National Organization for Women (Palm Springs, California)
- Playstation Now (magazine)
- Partial Sequence Number Packet (Novell)
- Peninsula Spay/Neuter Project (Gig Harbor, WA)
- Power Supply Network/Ports (DSC)
- Productive Safety Net Program
- Puget Sound Nearshore Project (Washington)
- Pacaya Samiria National Reserve (Peru)
- Peak Signal-to-Noise Ratio
- Picture Signal-to-Noise Ratio
- Power-Supply Noise Rejection (clock generators)
- Project St. Nicholas Returns (Canton, OH)
- Parasympathetic Nervous System
- Parti Syrien National Social (French: Syrian National Socialist Party)
- Perthshire Society of Natural Science (UK)
- Pravá Slovenská Národná Strana (Real Slovak National Party, Slovakia)
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It is a story about my selfemployed, self-educated, working class, Tory voting dad and his love of opera and about how, when he became ill with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (losing the ability to walk unaided, to talk, swallow and see properly not to mention dementia), I ended up putting on an opera concert for him with Royal Opera House singers in his living room in a bungalow in Bournemouth.
Bob" McKenney, 76, of Orange, passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2012 at his home after a long battle with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy.
Chapters begin with anatomy and physiology, then address many aspects of Parkinson's disease, including genetics, environmental factors, pathology, imaging, dementia, psychiatric issues, nonmotor aspects, and therapy, and the management of multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal ganglionic degeneration, frontotemporal dementia, Huntington's disease, dystonia, and other movement disorders like tremors, restless legs syndrome, and psychogenic movement disorders.
Progressive supranuclear palsy affects less than two people in every 100,000.
Anne suffered progressive supranuclear palsy, and faced the prospect of losing her balance, speech, vision and muscle control.
Turner suffered from progressive supranuclear palsy, a rare degenerative brain disease.