Psychiatry Grand Rounds-15492-------1/11/2013, Votaw Auditorium
Louis A. Cancellaro, PhD, MD
Dr. Cancellaro reports there is NOT a financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent
COI in the context of this presentation.
This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
'Depression in the Presence of Dementia: A Diagnostic Challenge'
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Diagnose depression in elderly patients          
Recognize the presence of depression in patients with dementia          
Develop an approach to treating the elderly patient with depression and/or dementia          
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Which of the following best typifies major depression when it co-exists with AD?
A). Patients with AD are just about as likely to develop major depression as patients without AD.---B). Patients with AD are less likely to develop major depression than patients without AD.
C). Patients with AD are about twice as likely to develop major depression as patients without AD.--D). Elderly patients who develop major depression are less likely to later develop
AD than non-depressed age and sex matched controls.
Correct answer is: C        
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