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Dementia in Head Injury (cont.)

Follow-up

The head-injured person with dementia requires regularly scheduled follow-up visits with the medical professional coordinating his or her care. These visits give the coordinator a chance to check progress and make recommendations for changes in treatment if any are necessary.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/23/2015
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