The frequently low cobalamin levels in dementia usually signify treatable metabolic, neurologic and electrophysiologic abnormalities

R. Carmel, P. S. Gott, C. H. Waters, K. Cairo, Ralph Green, W. Bondareff, C. M. DeGiorgio, J. L. Cummings, D. W. Jacobsen, G. Buckwalter, V. W. Henderson

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