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What are the classic symptoms of dementia?
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Dr. Susan Uhrich
Psychiatry
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In brief: Symptoms may vary
In each person, but they include memory loss, trouble communicating, difficulty learning or remembering new information, trouble planning or organizing, trouble with coordination or motor functions, personality changes, inability to reason, inappropriate behavior, paranoia, agitation and hallucinations.
These must be severe enough to interfer with daily life.

In brief: Symptoms may vary
In each person, but they include memory loss, trouble communicating, difficulty learning or remembering new information, trouble planning or organizing, trouble with coordination or motor functions, personality changes, inability to reason, inappropriate behavior, paranoia, agitation and hallucinations.
These must be severe enough to interfer with daily life.
Dr. Susan Uhrich
Dr. Susan Uhrich
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