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Introduction
Read information from the NHS about progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), which is a rare condition in which brain cells become damaged over time (neurodegeneration).
Symptoms of progressive supranuclear palsy
Read about the symptoms of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), including balance problems, changes in personality and behaviour, and difficulty controlling the muscles of the eye and eyelid.
Causes of progressive supranuclear palsy
Read about what causes progressive supranuclear palsy, which is a condition that affects the parts of the brain that help control movement, balance, vision and speech.
Diagnosis of progressive supranuclear palsy
Read about the diagnosis of progressive supranuclear palsy, which is a rare condition in which the brain cells become damaged over time.
Treatment of progressive supranuclear palsy
Read about the treatment for progressive supranuclear palsy and the healthcare professionals who are involved, including neurologists, physiotherapists and psychologists.
Complications of progressive supranuclear palsy
Read about complications of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), which include choking and pneumonia caused by dysphagia, or injuries caused by falls.