Parkinson Disease Dementia (cont.)
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When to Seek Medical Care
Any significant change in ability to think, reason, or concentrate; in problem solving; in memory; in use of language; in mood; or in behavior or personality in a person with Parkinson's disease warrants a visit to a health care professional.
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