He was in the hospital and they diagnosed him. Tonight, he was also diagnosed with diabetes. He is 84 years old and he has lost about 15 pounds. He doesn't look that good. He looks so frail. He went in to clear the second artery in his heart. He is yelling at people and took his clothes off in front of some family. I am really worried about him. He knows who we are but he is doing stuff he normally wouldn't. He would never take his clothes off in front of anybody. He is mixing people up though. How do they test for dementia and it's stages?
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