Patient 1: Video segment shows a patient with a wide based gait, slightly decreased arm swing on the right side, with MRI findings of ischemic changes in the subcortical white matter. This patient with VP failed to respond to levodopa.
Patient 2: Patient shows freezing of gait with predominant gait difficulties in the absence of any upper body involvement typically observed in VP.
Patient 3: A patient with mild hypomimia, bradykinesia in the upper limbs, but disproportionate degree of gait difficulties showing broad-based gait, and freezing of gait while turning. The diagnosis of VP is supported by ischemic changes on MRI scan.
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