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    Dementia Professional

    Dementia, It shows that the age-specific dementia incidence is declining. However, the number of people with dementia in England and Wales is likely to increase by 57% from ...

    Frontotemporal Dementia Professional

    Frontotemporal Dementia, Synonyms: Pick complex, Pick's dementia, Pick's disease See separate related article Dementia . This is a progressive dementia, f...

    Vascular Dementia Professional

    Vascular Dementia, Synonym: vascular cognitive impairment See related separate articles Dementia, Supporting the Family of People with Dementia and Alzheimer'...

    Memory Loss and Dementia Conditions

    Memory Loss and Dementia, So, doing things such as reading regularly, quizzes, crosswords, memorising plays or poetry, learning new skills, etc, may help to keep your memory in good shape. ...

    Causes of memory loss Causes of dementia Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prevention Lewy Body Dementia

    Dementia with Lewy Bodies Professional

    Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Standard informant interviews may help improve sensitivity (eg, the Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCODE) . [ 6 ] Different...

    Supporting the Family of People with Dementia Professional

    Supporting the Family of People with Dementia, See the separate article Dementia for further information about the condition itself. Definition  "Dementia ...

    Atheroma Conditions

    Vascular dementia Vascular dementia is the second most common type of dementia after Alzheimer's disease.

    Alzheimer's Disease Professional

    Normal ageing Other forms of dementia - see separate article  Dementia . There is often significant overlap. Normal pressure hydrocephalus . , alzheimer's disease...

    Screening for Cognitive Impairment Professional

    See separate Dementia and Supporting the Family of People with Dementia  articles. The rest of this article deals with the screening tests that can be used to detect cogni...

    Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Professional

    Cortical basal ganglionic degeneration. Dementia with Lewy bodies . Dementia in motor neurone disease. EEG in dementia and encephalopathy.

    Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy Professional

    Cognitive deficits were seen in 59%, migraine in 38%, psychiatric symptoms in 30% and epilepsy in 10%. Dementia may start as early as age 35 and, by age 45, over 50% have features of ...

    Mild Cognitive Impairment Professional

    The following list is far from all-inclusive: MCI is common in patients with Parkinson's disease and frequently progresses to dementia. [ 10 ] Dementia with Lewy bod...

    Charles Bonnet Syndrome Conditions

    Conditions capable of producing complicated visual hallucinations, often with colour and dramatic appearance: Dementia , particularly Lewy body dementia . Lewy body demen...

    Charles Bonnet Syndrome Professional

    Impaired conscious level. Dementia (particularly Lewy body dementia). [ 8 ] Intoxication. Metabolic abnormalities.

    Oral Hygiene - Gum disease and other illnesses Conditions

    'Thinning' of the bones (osteoporosis) . Dementia . Cancer, especially pancreatic and oropharyngeal. Pregnancy problems such as preterm birth and low birth weight.

    Hospitalisation Phenomena Professional

    This may be due to medications, dementia (possibly mild and formerly unrecognised), withdrawal of substances of dependence, eg drugs or alcohol or unsuspected physical illness.

    Parkinsonism and Parkinson's Disease Professional

    Parkinson's disease dementia This is dementia occurring more than one year after diagnosis of PD. It is similar to Alzheimer-type dementia but has three typical features: ...

    Huntington's Disease Professional

    Depressed mood is significantly higher in HD gene carriers than in the general population and in individuals with HD it has been reported to be as common as 69%. [ 5 ] HD then leads to progressive...

    Klüver-Bucy Syndrome Professional

    Listerial meningoencephalitis. [ 2 ] Primary cerebral Whipple's disease. [ 3 ] Other causes include: Head injury (not necessarily very severe). Dementia, especially fr...

    Tay-Sachs Disease Professional

    Other features include apathy, uncontrollable seizures , spasticity and dementia . Death follows in the second or third year of life. Juvenile form At 3-10 years patient star...

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