Volume 12 - Number 10 - October, 2004

Clinical Geriatrics

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Babak Tousi, MD, and Thayagaran Subramanian, MD

Babak Tousi, MD, and Thayagaran Subramanian, MD
Treatment of hallucinations in PD is relatively easy.
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Walking is associated with a reduced risk of dementia in older men.
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Maju Mathews, MD, MRCPsych, Dip Psych, Manu Mathews, MD, Kumar Budur, MD, Dip Psych, Vinu George, MD, Joanne Mathews, MD, and Shiny Abraham, MD

Maju Mathews, MD, MRCPsych, Dip Psych, Manu Mathews, MD, Kumar Budur, MD, Dip Psych, Vi...
Depression following stroke has an impact on ADLs, cognitive function, and mortality.
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Steven R. Gambert, MD

Steven R. Gambert, MD
Depression has received a great deal of recent attention in relation to its newly identified prevalence among adolescents.
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Lea C. Watson, MD, MPH, and David C. Steffens, MD, MHS

Lea C. Watson, MD, MPH, and David C. Steffens, MD, MHS
Clinicians caring for cognitively impaired patients should routinely consider depression as a possible coexisting condition.
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Case in Point
Case in Point
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Ann Petersen, PhD, and Melinda S. Lantz, MD

Ann Petersen, PhD, and Melinda S. Lantz, MD
Eating disorders are chronic illnesses that often persist well into midlife and beyond, and include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and pathologic binge eating.
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Janet Fogler, MSW, and Sally Edwards, MSW

Janet Fogler, MSW, and Sally Edwards, MSW
Mood disorders, especially depression and anxiety, are common conditions among older adults.
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