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With the growth of the aging population, the prevalence of mild cognitive impairment and dementia is increasing. ... However, the incidence of dementia is declining with the control of vascular risk factors (diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hyperlipidemia
November 2021

Warning on an antipsychotic; generic rosuvastatin approval

symptoms. As with other atypical antipsychotics, the medication contains a boxed warning about the increased risk of death associated with the use of these drugs to treat older people with
July 2016

Heart failure Individuals with prevalent heart failure were 60% more likely to have dementia and 36% more likely to have mild cognitive impairment ... years. The study's primary outcome was cognitive status,
July 2018


It found that both groups had similar, significantly increased rates of anxiety, dementia, and new antidepressant prescriptions compared to the general population.
May 2022

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B. Behavioral-variant frontotemporal dementia. C. Traumatic encephalopathy syndrome. D. Vascular cognitive impairment. ... A common but nonspecific finding includes generalized cerebral atrophy. Alzheimer disease (Option A) is a memory-predominant
September 2021

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Involvement of several neurologic systems and a rapid onset of apparent dementia are classic manifestations of prion disease. ... Patients with increased T2 signal in the caudate and putamen are more likely to have early dementia and shorter survival.
May 2020

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He has borderline hyperlipidemia that is managed by diet alone. A paternal uncle developed Alzheimer dementia at age 74 years. ... The rate of progression to dementia is approximately 10% to 15% per year.
September 2011

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This patient has Alzheimer dementia and is at a mild to moderate stage of impairment. ... Key Point. First-line pharmacotherapy for mild Alzheimer dementia is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor.
October 2010


The Framingham risk scores predicted cognitive decline in late middle age slightly more accurately than a score specifically designed to predict dementia in a recent study. ... A risk evaluation specifically for dementia could induce anxiety in patients,
April 2013


The primary outcome was a composite of all-cause mortality, incident dementia, or persistent disability-free survival.
March 2022

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