Avoiding an overspecialized approach the book bridges the gap between clinical practice advanced imaging recent therapeutics and basic sciences thus it serves as an excellent guide for mental health professionals working in the field of dementia as well as primary care physicians and students. Dementia in clinical practice frontiers of neurology and neuroscience vol 24 series editor j bogousslavsky montreux dementia in clinical practice volume editors p giannakopoulos pr hof new york ny geneva 15 figures 2 in color and 17 tables 2009. Dementia in clinical practice frontiers of neurology and neuroscience vol 24 editors panteleimon giannakopoulos and patrick r hof basel switzerland karger 2009 eur14150 hardback 184 pp isbn 978 3 8055 9015 0 volume 22 issue 2 declan m mcloughlin. Dementia in clinical practice volume 24 frontiers of neurology and neuroscience 2009 edited by giannakopoulosp pr hof published by karger 184 pages price c240 approx volume 36 issue . The terms prevention and risk reduction are often used interchangeably in medicine there is considerable debate however over the use of these terms in describing interventions that aim to preserve cognitive health and or delay disease progression of alzheimers disease ad for patients seeking clinical care furthermore it is important to distinguish between alzheimers
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