Parkinson disease with dementia: comparing patients with and without Alzheimer pathology.

@article{Sabbagh2009ParkinsonDW,
  title={Parkinson disease with dementia: comparing patients with and without Alzheimer pathology.},
  author={Marwan N. Sabbagh and Charles H Adler and Tyson J Lahti and Donald J. Connor and Linda J Vedders and Lars Kristofer N Peterson and John N. Caviness and Holly Shill and Lucia I. Sue and Iryna Ziabreva and Elaine Perry and Clive G. Ballard and Dag Aarsland and Douglas G. Walker and Thomas Gerald Beach},
  journal={Alzheimer disease and associated disorders},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={295-7}
}
Subjects with Parkinson disease (PD) frequently develop dementia with greater than one-third meeting neuropathologic diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer disease (AD). The objective is to identify clinical and neuropathologic differences between Parkinson disease with dementia (PDD) subjects, with and without coexistent AD pathology. Neuropathologic examination was available on subjects diagnosed by clinicopathologic criteria with PDD-AD (N=23) and PDD+AD (N=28). A small subset of subjects with… CONTINUE READING

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