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Urethral masturbation and sexual disinhibition as manifestations of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) are described in a 90-year-old patient who repeatedly self-inserted foreign bodies into his urethra. A diagnosis was made of late onset sexual disinhibition and hypersexuality in a patient with Dementia of the Alzheimer Type.(More)
We describe an elderly patient with primary hyperparathyroidism and dementia who was admitted to a psychogeriatric department because of delusions of new onset. While hospitalized he had three episodes of delusions that coincided with mild hypercalcemia. Treatment for the hypercalcemia resulted in rapid remission of the delusional state, but did not induce(More)
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