Identifying and Treating Cognitive Impairments in Elderly Patients
J Clin Psychiatry 2007;68(12):e31
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Elderly patients with depression are at risk for developing mild cognitive
impairment (MCI), and some patients with MCI may go on to develop Alzheimer’s
disease. This interactive Case and Comment follows Mr. P through the initial
diagnosis and treatment of MCI and introduces measurements to predict his
likelihood of converting to Alzheimer’s disease.
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