(DMPK) gene; furthermore, there is a correlation between CTG repeat size and age of
There have been few reports on the psychiatric features of DM1 in older patients
because patients with adult-onset DM1 have a shorter life expectancy,
and late-onset oligosymptomatic DM1 often remains undiagnosed. Here, we describe
a case of late-onset oligosymptomatic DM1 mimicking prodromal dementia with Lewy bodies
(DLB) accompanied by severe psychosis.
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