Dementia With Lewy Bodies
Dementia and Parkinson's disease lead to a shorter life expectancy.
Psychosis in AD is associated with the female-specific APOE4 gene and is comorbid with Lewy bodies.
MCI diagnosis was associated with comorbid neuropathologies more than with pure Alzheimer's Disease.
Someone whose hippocampus stayed the same size was nearly 6 times more likely to develop Lewy body dementia.
Adults with dementia were more likely to be admitted to the hospital and had a higher death rate after an ED visit.
Nilotinib (Tasigna) improved cognition and motor skills in patients with Parkinson's and Lewy body dementia.
Participants with severe dementia nearly three-fold more likely to receive pacemaker.
Asking caregivers a set of simple questions related to their patient's care can help determine gaps in treatment.
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