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Geriatric Psychiatry

Preventing Alzheimer Disease in Your Sleep?

Will sleep be the key to identifying early markers and interventions to Alzheimer disease?

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Identifying Dementia Subtypes With the Clock Drawing Test


Geriatric Psychiatry

Eating disorders can frequently be unrecognized or masked behind medical conditions, depression, or the natural changes of aging.

The clock drawing test is useful for diagnosing dementia, but can it differentiate Alzheimer disease (AD) from other forms of dementia?

With an aging population and subsequent predicted increase in incidence of Alzheimer disease, identifying early markers and interventions is on the fast track. Will sleep be the key?

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The cultural aspects of treating patients are similar for all age-groups, but certain themes have greater relevance with the elderly.

Many of us are seeing patients who have been prescribed potentially addicting medication by another physician, and our level of vigilance needs to be high.

What is the most common problem in individuals with dementia?


Although delusional jealousy was described as an initial symptom in Alois Alzheimer’s first case report, little is known about its clinical features and prognosis in dementia.


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