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Rounds From Banner Alzheimer's Institute

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: When Behaviors Imply Dementia

Anna D. Burke, MD; Roy Yaari, MD; Geri Hall, PhD, ARNP, CS, FAAN; Helle Brand, PA; Pierre Tariot, MD; Adam Fleisher, MD; and Jan Dougherty, RN

Engage in this interactive CME case study from the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute. This month, we highlight the case of a 61-year-old woman with short-term memory deficits, word-finding difficulty, increasing repetition during conversations, and excessive worrying. Does the patient have dementia, mild cognitive impairment, or an underlying psychiatric disorder? Is she cognitively normal?

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