Parkinson Diseases case

Patient

Q: To anonymous doctor,

Patient is 60 years old, male. Why can an individual's vital sign be normal if they are appearing to have Parkinson Disease.
Pull test (+) , the patient has score of 17 in MMSE and he is in resting tremor. He also have enuresis and rapid shuffling movement. Please help me doctor if get a small mechanism of how can the vital signs be normal.
I am a medical student myself but I can't get the answer. This is my tutorial case.

Vital signs : 120/80 mmHG , pulse rate at 80x per minute, temp 36.8. Lab results are normal

Symptoms:  Enuresis, Tremor
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