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Routine CT (computed tomography) scans for dementia could save money, claim Danes

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Routine computed tomography (CT) scanning of patients with dementia should be introduced in order to determine whether their condition is operable, claims a new Danish report. The report, published last month, also calls for the setting up of a quality assurance system, which would involve the training of more radiologists to interpret scanning results.

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