This case report is regarding a patient who had sudden-onset hoarding of garbage, spoiled food, and excreta in his house after receiving a life-threatening diagnosis.

This article from Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience includes the recommendation for a neuropsychological evaluation as possibly helpful in identifying the factors contributing to the dysfunctional behavior.

This paper aims to help assist in the identification of patients with Diogenes syndrome to facilitate management.

The investigators of this study found that hoarding severity significantly predicted the total number of medical conditions and the vast majority of HD patients reported at least one medical condition.

This publication takes a case study approach to illustrate the complexity of self-neglect, discuss assessment and interventions. It concludes with future implications for policy makers.

The author presents an overview regarding the management issues of elderly self-neglect related to the detection, assessment, reporting and referral, and decision-making capacity. Based on the current literature, the paper is aimed to explore the present knowledge and challenges, and how they can pave the way for solutions to self-neglect research, practice, and policy.

The authors review the presentation of hoarding and provides basic management approaches and resources for family physicians.

The authors provide an overview of an investigation of the reliability and validity of the clutter image rating (CIR) in assessing late life hoarding disorder.

The objective of this clinical trial was to compare the efficacy of CREST with geriatric case management in a sample of older adults meeting DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for hoarding disorder.

This study describes the initial contact of 255 potential participants, recruitment of 63 participants, and retention of 57 participants from three geriatric Hoarding Disorder (HD) studies.