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A 78-year-old man is seen upon admission to a behavioral hospital unit. Agitation and visual hallucinations led to this admission. A similar prior episode, complicating his established Lewy body dementia, cleared with hospitalization and clozapine(Drug information on clozapine) therapy.
Mildly obese man who is conversationally capable and friendly, though dementia is also evident. Vital signs normal. Has a large central sternal seborrheic keratosis. Skin about right breast as shown. Murmur consistent with aortic stenosis. Ventral hernia.
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