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A 55-year-old woman, previously well, attended the emergency department with a 1-year history of falls, increasing dizziness, memory loss, personality change and poor concentration affecting certain activities, such as reading and puzzles. She attended a psychiatric clinic because of panic attacks and depression relating to her husband's ill health and domestic flooding. The psychiatrist diagnosed post-traumatic depression and anxiety and prescribed medication. However, her cognitive symptoms progressed over time and she developed a new …
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