Pain assessment in the different stages of Alzheimer's disease can become complex, especially in the final stages of the disease due to the inability of patients to express the different characteristics of the pain, so it is necessary to use observational scales to detect pain “equivalents”.
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Cite this chapter as:Enrique Arriola Manchola, Javier Alaba Trueba ;
Pain and Dementia, Recent Advances in Alzheimer Research Alzheimer's Disease: Pathological and Clinical Findings (2019) 3: 34. https://doi.org/10.2174/9789811405136119030005
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