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What are the late-stage symptoms of Alzheimer's disease?

David A. Merrill, MD
Psychiatry
Clinical syndromes develop in late-stage Alzheimer’s disease. These include things like aphasia (difficulty with language), agnosia (trouble recognizing objects) and apraxia (difficulty carrying out visual/spatial movements).

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