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Dementia and Urinary Incontinence in older adults
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6- Cholinesterase inhibitors are not effective in the management of:CorrectIncorrect
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7- Deficiency in one of the following neurotransmitters results in a cognitive decline in individuals with Alzheimer’s:CorrectIncorrect
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8- Which of the following is a N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist:CorrectIncorrect
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9- Which of the following is true about the autonomic nervous system regulation of bladder function?CorrectIncorrect
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10- Medication used in management of overactive bladder includes:CorrectIncorrect
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1. The most common form of dementia is:CorrectIncorrect
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2- In most irreversible dementias, a toxic protein involved in brain degeneration include:CorrectIncorrect
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3- Patients with lewy body dementia manifest the following:CorrectIncorrect
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4. Causes of non-degenerative (reversible) dementia include:CorrectIncorrect
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5- Common screening tests used to detect dementia include:CorrectIncorrect