The practical management of cognitive impairment and psychosis in the older Parkinson’s disease patient

@article{Hindle2013ThePM,
  title={The practical management of cognitive impairment and psychosis in the older Parkinson’s disease patient},
  author={John V Hindle},
  journal={Journal of Neural Transmission},
  year={2013},
  volume={120},
  pages={649-653}
}
Parkinson’s disease (PD) has been described as an age-related disease. Ageing significantly increases the risk of psychosis and dementia. Older patients often have a complex mixture of delirium, psychosis, dementia, gait and balance problems and other comorbidities which can cause significant management problems. There are concerns about the safety and tolerability of the treatments for psychosis and dementia. Delirium is common in older Parkinson’s patients and must be assessed and managed… CONTINUE READING

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