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Managing-dementia-an - Managing dementia and Parkinsons disease Graham Lennox Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge Regents College September 2006 Plan

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Managing dementia and Parkinson’s disease Graham Lennox Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge Regent’s College, September 2006
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Plan The concept of Lewy body disease Prodromes to dementia Dementia in Parkinson’s disease
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Pathology
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The concept of Lewy body disease
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In the brainstem: Parkinson’s disease
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In the brainstem: Parkinson’s disease In the cortex: dementia
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Prodromes to dementia
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Subtle cognitive impairment is the norm
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Subtle cognitive impairment is the norm Cross-sectional prevalence of dementia is about 30%
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Subtle cognitive impairment is the norm Cross-sectional prevalence of dementia is about 30% Cumulative incidence of dementia is about 80%
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Subtle cognitive impairment is the norm Cross-sectional prevalence of dementia is about 30% Cumulative incidence of dementia is about 80% Age is the main risk factor
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Sleep disturbance
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Prodromes to dementia Parkinson’s disease Sleep disturbance REM sleep behaviour disorder Daytime somnolence
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REM sleep behaviour disorder ‘Acting out dreams’
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REM sleep behaviour disorder ‘Acting out dreams’ Common, potentially hazardous
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REM sleep behaviour disorder ‘Acting out dreams’ Common, potentially hazardous Clonazepam Long half-life, titrate up from 0.125mg
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Daytime somnolence Poor night-time sleep
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Daytime somnolence Poor night-time sleep RSBD
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2012 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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Managing-dementia-an - Managing dementia and Parkinsons disease Graham Lennox Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge Regents College September 2006 Plan

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