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The Role of Neurologic Examination in Dementia
A neurologic examination algorithm is described that allows the practitioner, in a stepwise and efficient manner, to elicit findings that distinguish the main categories of neurodegenerative and vascular dementia.

Clinical Reviews

Dylan Harris
Dementia is a progressive incurable illness. In the advanced stages of the disease, decisions need to be made whether to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatment.
Alex Smith et al.
This article highlights the complex challenges seen when managing pain in patients with moderate or advanced dementia.
Michael J. Passmore
Dementia-related behavioural problems are common and debilitating. The assessment and management of these problems can be challenging.
Daniel J. Brauner
Lack of adherence is a major reason for the failure of medical therapies and is an especially important and sometimes underappreciated issue for the growing number of people with dementia.
David B. Hogan
Cholinesterase inhibitors are a treatment option for most people with Alzheimer’s disease of mild to moderate severity.
Hsu-Ko Kuo et al.
There has been a substantial increase in total cases of diabetes mellitus in industrialized countries among older adults.