Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Describe two main differences between Alzheimer's and dementia

Dementia is a term that has replaced a more out-of-date word, “senility,” to refer to cognitive changes with advanced age.



Dementia includes a group of symptoms, the most prominent of which is memory difficulty with additional problems in at least one other area of cognitive functioning, including language, attention, problem solving, spatial skills, judgment, planning, or organization.

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