A 62-year-old man with a history of Waldenstr?m¡¯s macroglobulinemia presented with memory loss, personality changes, and odd behavior. One year earlier, he had received diagnoses of attention deficit¨Chyperactivity disorder, adjustment disorder, and avoidant personality traits. A diagnosis was made.
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