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Psychosis and Agitation in Dementia: Should General Psychiatrists Care?

Pierre N. Tariot, MD

Published: March 14, 2008

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Why read an article addressing whether a medicationcalled memantine might or might not help people with Alzheimer’s ? Isn’ t Alzheimer’s a rare disorder,and a diagnosis of exclusion?’ ‹


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