Dementia? Maybe Not
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The Journal of the A.M.A. at the end of July 2009 stated that "Concerns
about memory, word-finding or other...(mental function) problems
[are] different from Dementia." The latter [...is diagnosed only when
both memory and and another [mental functions] are each affected
severely enough to interfere with a person's ability to carry out
routine daily activities." Emphasis added.
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Journal of the A.M.A July 2009
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