Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (cont.)
Eric R Eggenberger, DO
Robert A Hauser, MD
Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD
Stephen Berman, MD, PhD
IN THIS ARTICLE
When to Seek Medical Care
Any change in movement, walking, balance, behavior, mood, or personality may signal a problem. A visit to the person’s health care provider is a good idea if the change interferes with any of the following:
Many conditions can cause dementia or dementia-like symptoms, including both medical and psychological problems. Some of these conditions can be reversed, or at least stopped or slowed. Therefore, it is extremely important that the person with symptoms be checked thoroughly to determine if he or she has a treatable condition.
Early diagnosis allows the affected person to plan activities and to make arrangements for care while he or she can still take part in making the decisions.
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