Donald W. Liddell

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  • 1958
The diagnosis of presenile dementia is used in its widest sense. Clinically, it is impossible to distinguish between the various neuropathological subgroups that make up this group of dementias. The exact diagnosis is only ascertained at death, although biopsies may be diagnostically useful. There appears to be considerable doubt about the E.E.G. findings(More)