Issue - Southern Medical Association

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Multi-infarct Dementia, Subcortical Dementia, and Hydrocephalus

ABSTRACTThe diagnostic evaluation of dementia is directed toward the identification of treatable causes. It can be facilitated by classification of the dementia into one of four categories: attentional, amnestic, cognitive, and intentional. Intentional dementia reflects dysfunction of frontal lobe systems, components of which include the frontal cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus,…

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Advances in Geriatric Neuropsychiatry

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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Alzheimer’s Disease

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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Appropriate Use of Neuroleptics and Antidepressants in the Geriatric Patient

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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Drug-Induced Dementia

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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Introduction

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

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New Approaches to Therapy for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of the Southern Association for Geriatric Medicine (1990)

Case Report

Plain Film of Intracardiac Foreign Bodies: The Blurring Effect

Case Report

Phenytoin-Induced Henocytophagic Histiocystosis Indistinguishable From Malignant Histiocystosis