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Parkinson Disease Dementia (cont.)

Treatment of Parkinson's Disease Dementia

There is no cure for dementia in Parkinson's disease. Rather, the focus is on treating specific symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and psychotic behavior. A specialist in these disorders (psychiatrist) may be consulted for treatment recommendations.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 4/30/2014

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