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Study shows cognitive, functional differences between Alzheimer’s disease with delusions, hallucinations

22 Apr 2016
Among individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, those who experienced hallucinations had greater cognitive and functional impairment than those who experienced delusions, according to data presented at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting....

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