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Posts Tagged ‘Dementia’

Senility

Senility

Saturday, January 23, 2010 11:24

“Senility” is a frightening word. Both to the general public and to many health professionals, it implies severe, irreversible mental deterioration, dependence, and loss of bodily control. Many people think that it is an inevitable part of aging. These misconceptions help perpetuate the myth that senility is ...

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Dementia Disease

Dementia Disease

Thursday, October 15, 2009 11:55

The most characteristic impairment in Dementia is severe memory loss. All three types of memory may be affected: immediate, recent, and remote. In early Dementia, recent memory is most severely affected with immediate and remote memory remaining relatively intact. You may be able to repeat a telephone ...

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