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Cognitive Screening Strategies for Alzheimer's Disease

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    The risk of Alzheimer’s disease increases substantially with age. In fact, about one in three adults aged 85 and older have dementia. So how do we screen for it, and what kind of impact can early detection have on our patients? Here to break down essential cognitive screening strategies for Alzheimer’s disease is Dr. Constantine Lyketsos, the Elizabeth Plank Althouse Professor for Alzheimer’s Research and Chair of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

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    The risk of Alzheimer’s disease increases substantially with age. In fact, about one in three adults aged 85 and older have dementia. So how do we screen for it, and what kind of impact can early detection have on our patients? Here to break down essential cognitive screening strategies for Alzheimer’s disease is Dr. Constantine Lyketsos, the Elizabeth Plank Althouse Professor for Alzheimer’s Research and Chair of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

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Schedule7 Dec 2022