Vorgehen und Erfahrungen in einer „Gedächtnis“-Sprechstunde

  • R. Horn
  • H.-J. Möller
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Zusammenfassung

Mit zunehmender Lebenserwartung der Bevölkerung bekommen die typischen Alterserkrankungen mehr Gewicht, da sie prozentual zunehmen und in den meisten Fällen chronische Verläufe zeigen.

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  • H.-J. Möller

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