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Alzheimer's disease patients with psychosis more likely to be misdiagnosed, study suggests

13:00 EDT 30 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

People with Alzheimer's disease who experience psychosis—including delusions and hallucinations—are five times more likely to be misdiagnosed with dementia with Lewy bodies compared to patients who do not, new research suggests.

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