presented by Kimiko Domoto-Reilly MD
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Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Kimiko Domoto-Reilly MD, MMSc
Kimiko Domoto-Reilly completed her neurology residency and fellowship training at the joint Harvard program based at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. She then served as a clinical and research staff neurologist in the MGH Frontotemporal Dementia Unit. Dr. Domoto-Reilly joined the University of Washington in 2014, and sees patients at the Memory…Read full bio
1. Diagnosis of Dementia
What is dementia? The first chapter of this course describes dementia and the pathologic progression of neurodegenerative dementia including key terminology and components of the clinical diagnosis of dementia.
2. Neuroanatomy and Neuroimaging
This chapter provides the participant with important context on brain anatomy and function, including views of normal and abnormal brain scans.
3. Case presentations
What does the progression of neurodegenerative dementia look like in clinical practice? This chapter applies the principles outlined in the first two chapters via four detailed case examples.
4. Summary & Considerations for Continuing Care
So why bother? This chapter summarizes and concludes the course by providing key considerations and rationales for continuing care in patients experiencing neurodegenerative dementia.