Brief ReportCase Series of Clinically Probable Dementia With Lewy Bodies in Two Native AmericansSabbagh, Marwan N. MD*; Silverberg, Nina B. PhD*; Walker, Douglas PhD*; Connor, Donald J. PhD, PhD*; Seward, James D. PhD*; Crocker-Sabbagh, Ida P. MD‡; Descheny, Rochelle L. BA*; Jim, Minnie BSW*; Baxter, Leslie C. PhD†Author Information From the *Cleo Roberts Center for Clinical Research, Sun Health Research Institute, Sun City, AZ; †Department of Neurology and Neuropsychology, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ; and ‡Native American Community Health Center, Phoenix, AZ. Received for publication February 13, 2003; accepted July 31, 2004. Reprints: Marwan N. Sabbagh, MD, Cleo Roberts Center for Clinical Research, Sun Health Research Institute, 10515 W. Santa Fe Dr., Sun City, AZ 85351 (e-mail: Marwan.firstname.lastname@example.org). Supported by AG019610, the Arizona Alzheimer's Disease Core Center, and the Sun Health Research Institute. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders: October-November-December 2004 - Volume 18 - Issue 4 - p 259-260 Buy Abstract While incidence and prevalence of dementias have been assessed in some tribes, little is known about whether the different types of dementias that affect whites also affect Native Americans. Here, we report 2 cases of clinically probable dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) that fulfill McKeith Consensus Criteria in an 84-year-old full-blooded Navajo woman and a 78-year-old full-blooded Navajo male assessed in a neurology clinic. © 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.