Besides cognitive impairment, patients with movement disorders frequently complain of
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DISCUSSING NEW DEVELOPMENTS

“Delirium, dementia, anxiety, psychosis and impulse control disorders frequently affect the lives of patients and caregivers even more than motor disturbances, and they therefore deserve special attention. Besides cognitive impairment, patients with movement disorders frequently complain of disturbances of the autonomic nervous system, REM sleep behavior disorder, and pain, to name just a few. All these aspects which will be discussed in detail.”

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Cobblers' Bridge in Ljubljana

Cobblers' Bridge, also known as the “Shoemakers` Bridge”, was designed by Joze Plecnik, a Slovenian architect who had a major impact on the modern identity of the city of Ljubljana. You can recognize the “Cobblers’ Bridge” by its upstanding pillars, supporting lamps and other stone balls. The bridge is a link from one side of the old town to another and is popular place for street artists, musicians, painters, and tourists taking photos of the river and the city.