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When assessing the medication history of a patient with a new diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, which conditions are contraindications for the patient who will be taking carbidopa-levodopa? (Select all that apply.)


▸ Angle-closure glaucoma

▸ History of malignant melanoma

▸ Hypertension

▸ Benign prostatic hyperplasia

▸ Concurrent use of monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)
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Angle-closure glaucoma, a history of malignant melanoma or other undiagnosed skin conditions, and concurrent use of MAOIs are contraindications to the use of carbidopa-levodopa. The other options are incorrect.
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