Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a slowly progressive form of dementia, which is a progressive, acquired impairment of intellectual functions. Memory impairment is a necessary feature for the diagnosis.

Change in one of the following areas must also be present for any form of dementia to be diagnosed: language, decision-making ability, judgment, attention, and other related areas of cognitive function and personality.
see Alzheimer’s disease in Encyclopedia.

aslo check Alzheimer’s disease.

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