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The clinical spectrum of sleep disorders in children is broad, ranging from primary snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) syndrome to complex sleep-related behaviors and movement disorders. Although snoring and OSA typically receive significant attention and discussion, other biologically based sleep disorders are as common, if not more common, in… (More)
Cognitive deficits are the most important symptoms in the diagnosis of dementia. Changes in noncognitive behavioural areas often go unrecognised at examination or are considered insignificant. These abnormalities, however, contribute most to the caregiver's burden, interfere with the individual well-being of the patient, and are predictors of early… (More)