February 01, 2009
Dementia and Milder Cognitive Syndromes
Expires March 01, 2015

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
You have a 65-year-old patient who presents with a clinical syndrome consisting of a measurable decline in memory with little effect on day-to-day functioning. Which of the following best describes this syndrome?
For the dementia syndrome to be present, key elements must be exhibited by the patient. Which of the following is not one of these key elements?
Traditionally, dementia is differentiated into cortical and subcortical subsyndromes. Which of the following areas of impairment is indicative of subcortical dementia?