Correlates of excessive daytime sleepiness in de novo Parkinson's disease: A case control study

Tanya Simuni*, Chelsea Caspell-Garcia, Christopher Coffey, Lama M. Chahine, Shirley Lasch, Wolfgang H. Oertel, Geert Mayer, Birgit Högl, Ron Postuma, Aleksandar Videnovic, Amy Willis Amara, Ken Marek, David Russell, Stewart Factor, Penelope Hogarth, David Standaert, Robert Hauser, Joseph Jankovic, Matthew Stern, Lama ChahineJames Leverenz, Samuel Frank, Irene Richard, Klaus Seppi, Holly Shill, Hubert Fernandez, Daniela Berg, Isabel Wurster, Douglas Galasko, Zoltan Mari, David Brooks, Nicola Pavese, Paolo Barone, Stuart Isaacson, Alberto Espay, Dominic Rowe, Melanie Brandabur, James Tetrud, Grace Liang, Alex Iranzo, Eduardo Tolosa, Laura Leary, Cheryl Riordan, Linda Rees, Alicia Portillo, Art Lenahan, Karen Williams, Stephanie Guthrie, Ashlee Rawlins, Sherry Harlan, Christine Hunter, Baochan Tran, Abigail Darin, Carly Linder, Marne Baca, Heli Venkov, Cathi Ann Thomas, Raymond James, Cheryl Deeley, Courtney Bishop, Fabienne Sprenger, Diana Willeke, Sanja Obradov, Jennifer Mule, Nancy Monahan, Katharina Gauss, Deborah Fontaine, Christina Gigliotti, McCoy Arita McCoy, Becky Dunlop, Bina Shah, Susan Ainscough, Angela James, Rebecca Silverstein, Kristy Espay, Madelaine Ranola, Claudia Trenkwalder, Alastair D. Reith, Arie Struyk, Bradley Boeve, Brian Harvey, Cindy Comella, David Tattersall, Madeline Kelly, Nancy Foldvary, Chelsea Caspell, Liz Uribe, Eric Foster, Katherine Gloer, Jon Yankey, Karl Kieburtz, Renee Wilson, Alice Rudolph, Cynthia Casaceli, Sherer Todd Sherer, Sohini Chowdhury, Mark Frasier, Catherine Kopil, Vanessa Arnedo, Norbert Schuff, Paola Casalin, Giulia Malferrari, John Trojanowski, Les Shaw, Andrew Singleton, Keith A. Hawkins, PPMI Sleep Working group on behalf of the PPMI Investigators

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