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Vascular dementia

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VASCULAR DEMENTIA Vascular dementia is interesting in that many of those who do have a true vascular dementia are not diagnosed with it, while many who probably do not have a vascular dementia are diagnosed with it. The most straightfor-ward presentations are those in which an individual with normal cognition has a large stroke that causes a combination of cognitive signs, such as aphasia and a memory retrieval problem. If the patient cannot resume their prestroke day-to-day level of…

Is Vascular Dementia Hereditary? - ReaDementia

A very common question of relatives is whether or not vascular dementia is hereditary. In this article, we discuss vascular dementia hereditary in great detail.

Senile or Old Dementia - Differences Between Alzheimer's, Dementia and Senility - Kindly Care

Senile or Old Dementia - Differences Between Alzheimer's, Dementia and Senility - Kindly Care

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Vascular Dementia Stages, Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis

Dementia Brain - Dementia Aide is one source for all vascular dementia information about a dementia brain scan, dementia stages, symptoms and dementia early signs.

Vascular Dementia After Stroke, Dementia Causes Age of Onset – Dementia Aide

Dementia is known to be a chronic disorder of the mental processes and is caused by brain disease or injury. It is marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning, to name a few. In general, most people have at least some idea of what dementia is. However, what many do not know is that there are several types of dementia that can affect people, each with its own causes, symptoms, and diagnoses. After Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular Dementia (VA) is known to be most…

An Overview of Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia is a type of cognitive impairment caused by reduced blood flow to the brain. Reviewed by a board-certified neurologist.