2017
DOI: 10.1093/med/9780199374656.003.0005
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Tannahill Glen,
Joseph Simpson,
Melissa Lamar
et al.

Abstract: Advances in structural and functional neuroimaging have resulted in significant clinical utility, especially in geriatric neuropsychiatry. However, in the absence of clinical correlation with cognitive, behavioral, and emotional impairment and functional disability, neuroimaging evidence is not sufficient for diagnosis of neurodegenerative conditions. This is especially true in the medicolegal environment. This chapter summarizes recent developments in neuroimaging for the most common geriatric neuropsychiatri…

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