Amelia Scholes

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OBJECTIVES The carer history is an integral part of the assessment of patients with cognitive impairment. We aimed to develop a comprehensive yet concise carer questionnaire, the CogRisk, which captures actuarial risk variables for cognitive impairment in addition to key symptoms suggestive of cognitive decline in a number of cognitive domains, and to then(More)
OBJECTIVE Patients with mental health disorders frequently have difficulties with their cognitive functioning. Assessment of cognition in this population can be complicated by psychiatric symptomatology, making standard written and verbal assessment methods difficult. In these situations, observations by nursing and allied staff of patients' routine(More)
OBJECTIVES To provide a clinical update for general psychiatrists on frontotemporal dementias (FTDs) using a selective narrative review of recent findings and advances in conceptualising, diagnosing and treating FTD. CONCLUSIONS General psychiatrists can apply their skills to support patients, carers, GPs and allied health workers in comprehensive care of(More)
Langerhan's cell histiocytosis (LCH) has been described as a progressive neurological disorder marked by neurological and cognitive decline. The authors here report a case of a childhood LCH sufferer who made a significant recovery of neuropsychological function in the absence of motor recovery in late adolescence. This differential recovery of motor and(More)
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