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Frequently dementia is treated as synonymous with Alzheimers disease. However, while this is the most common form of dementia, it only accounts for around 50% of all dementia cases; there are also many cases of non-typical Alzheimers. There is a need for neurologists and psychiatrists to be more aware of the many different forms of dementia to enable them to diagnose and manage sufferers, and their families, as individually and humanely as possible. Offering a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and management, this landmark book focuses on non-Alzheimers dementia. Offering a practical approach with case studies, the books digital components include video material.