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During this new version of the acclaimed Dementia: shows, Differential analysis, and Nosology, V. Olga B. Emery, Ph.D., and Thomas E. Oxman, M.D., collect a uncommon team of clinical authorities—including many that have performed seminal study during this field—to speak about the spectrum of dementing issues and clarify their overlap, displays, and differential prognosis. The chapters current unique information in addition to fabric from the authors' medical stories. present category platforms are evaluated and converted to higher account for universal displays of dementia. completely revised, up to date, and multiplied, the second one variation contains new fabric on neuroimaging, genetics, the function of irritation in Alzheimer disorder, retrophylogenesis in Alzheimer reminiscence, and on AIDS dementia. furthermore, every one bankruptcy contains a new part entitled describing scientific purposes.
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Extra resources for Dementia: Presentations, Differential Diagnosis, and Nosology (The Johns Hopkins Series in Psychiatry and Neuroscience)
The report from the Quality Standards Subcommittee (Knopman et al. 2001), reviewing procedures for the evaluation of dementia, supported both the DSM and National Institute of Neurologic and Communicative Disorders and Stroke—Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association criteria as reliable and valid for the diagnosis of Alzheimer dementia (guideline). , in the primary care setting—Patterson et al. 2001, see chap. 3—versus the specialty setting—Knopman et al. 2001). Cognitive and neuroanatomic changes occur as part of the aging process.
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Regionspeci~c studies show greater neuronal decreases in some areas, including the superior frontal and temporal gyrus, precentral gyrus, visual cortex, locus ceruleus, substantia nigra, basal nucleus of Meynert, and cerebellar Purkinje cells (Lauter 1985). In primary degenerative dementia, the decrease in brain weight is as much as 10% more than that seen in normal aging (Terry and Davies 1983). As in normal aging, atrophy and eventual cell loss is region-speci~c in DAT. Brains from persons with DAT demonstrate greater neuronal loss in frontal and temporal regions (Mountjoy et al.