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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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How can severe dementia be treated?

what speciality of doctor would see a patient for possible dementia? I am wondering about my husband. We have seen his PCP, who is very kind, but not ready to call it dementia. I know I need to talk to him again, but wonder if a neurologist might be one to see on down the line. (or is there another speciality?) I just want to be prepared before talking to the PCP.
Mon, 24 Apr 2017
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Hello There !
Thank you for asking HealthCareMagic.
I have gone through Your question and I understand.
Yes you could see a neurologist or psychiatrist for a second opinion.

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