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Alzheimer Disease- Incorporating the Human Element in Diagnosis and Treatment

By Tom Cruz,2014-04-28 19:25
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Although some degree of decline in cognitive function is expected as a person ages, aging alone does not cause memory degradation.[1] Patients who have clinically apparent cognitive impairment that does not appear to interfere with daily functioning are generally diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI); dementia is diagnosed when cognitive impairment significantly interferes with daily functioning.[1] Dementia results from a wide range of clinical causes, each with its own distinctive clinical presentation. AD, a neurodegenerative disease marked by progressive memory loss, reduced functionality, and behavioral disturbances, is the most common form of dementia
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