What is disease leads to fronto temporal dementia?
Frontotemporal dementia, once known as Pick's disease, usually begins between the age of 45 and 65. There is no disease that leads to this condition but is caused by a mutations of genes.
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Dementia is the progressive decline in cognitive function due todamage or disease in the brain beyond what might be expected fromnormal aging. Particularly affected areas may …be memory, attention,language, and problem solving. In the later stages of the conditionaffected persons may be disoriented to time, place and person. The many different causes of dementia can be classified as eitherreversible or irreversible. Less than 10% of cases of dementia areconsidered reversible, and even in these cases it usually is notfully reversed.
Answer . Dementia is the same as Alzheimer's disease.
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There are several diseases that cause dementia. Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's are just two of those.
You don't 'get' dementia like you get a cold. There are many causes of dementia, Alzheimer's dementia being the most common. There is also vascular dementia that is caused by …having a stroke due to high cholesterol/triglycerides. There is a genetic connection to dementia, so if you have a family member with a form of dementia, you are at increased risk. It doesn't mean you are automatically going to get dementia. Dementia is a term that describes a symptoms, it is not until you get a workup that you can actually be diagnosed with dementia.
About half the people with Parkinson's Disease end up with dementia. It is thought that Parkinson's Disease alone does not cause dementia, but other age related factors in add…ition to Parkinson's Disease may increase the chance of dementia developing.
What produce dementia
The auditory canal runs from the auricle (pinna) of the externalear to the tympanic membrane or eardrum which separates theexternal from the middle ear.
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Yes. In most countries you can only be prosecuted if you have the mental capacity to understand the charges. Someone with advanced Dementia or Alzheimer disease would not be a…ble to pass this test. However, depending on the charge the court proceedings may still continue with a view to placing the person in a place of safety.
Herpes doesn't cause dementia.
it is difficult not to misdiagnose FTD as Alzheimer's disease. However, one study found that a word fluency test may be the best method of differentiating FTD from Alzheimer's… disease
It varies. Dementia doesn't cause death. It is the gradual loss of mental function. Death is caused by disease or failure of vital organs.
Alzheimer's is a form of dementia that specifically results in memory loss. If you'd like more information on the symptoms of dementia, as well as some options for those with …dementia, please visit the link in the related links.
It is the most common form of dementia.