A missed detection of prodromal dementia may be the worst enemy of a timely diagnosis

To face the challenge of the under-diagnosis of dementia [1] and to meet the crucial need for its timely diagnosis [2], many countries have adopted a stepwise case-finding diagnostic strategy [3,4]. The first step usually consists of nonspecialist screening of cognitive impairment in a primary care setting. If it is positive, the patient is referred to a… CONTINUE READING