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1Decision Tree for Neurological and Musculoskeletal DisordersNurs-6521N: Advanced PharmacologyOctober 21, 2020Decision Tree for Neurological and Musculoskeletal DisordersThe patient in question here is a 76-year-old Iranian man who came to our office accompanied by his son since he was displaying some abnormal behaviors. The patients had
DECISION TREE FOR NEUROLOGICAL AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS 2previously visited another physician who concluded that organic cause should not be the focus line. The patents lab test and MRI results did not indicate any signs of abnormality. However, theson stated that over the past 24 months, his father was showing signs of abnormal thoughts and behaviors. The son further indicated that they noticed changes in his father’s personality some years back when he started foregoing church services, something that the family upholds in high regard. It became a concern to everyone in both society and the family. He started losing interest in the most critical things and saw them as funny or made no sense. He began forgetting things, and in most cases, he could not find the right words during a conversation with a constant shift on different topics.