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Day 22: Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia, Part 2 by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven and more, people with Parkinson’s have a six times greater risk of developing dementia  than others. Dementia... the Parkinson’s patient looks at (why bother with more – two’s already two too many) – Parkinson’s dementia...
Dementia & Parkinson's Disease by Susan L. Patient Expert April begins Parkinson's Disease Awareness month so it seemed natural that we should look at how this disease and dementia relate to each other.
Day 21: Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia, Part 1 by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven I had a reader ask the question: “Why is there never any commnets on Parkinson’s dementia... dementia  as their disease progresses. The average time from onset of Parkinson’s to developing dementia...
Genetics Home Reference: frontotemporal dementia with parkinsonism-17 by nih.gov disinhibition-dementia-parkinsonism-amytrophy complex familial Pick's disease Wilhelmsen-Lynch disease... Glossary definitions Reviewed March 2011 What is FTDP-17? Frontotemporal dementia...
Day 23: Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia, Part 3: Hallucinations by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven , having been altered subjectively in some way in the mind of the perceiver. Some people with Parkinson’s disease experience what are known as hallucinations or delusions, which unfortunately can be part of the dementia...
Inflammation = Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, Dementia (Including Alzheimer's Disease), Cancers........ by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert I have finally finished my free Chapter 46 on healing with this note: Every chronic dis-ease is an inflammatory dis-ease. You can find this Chapter at: http://www.stephentvedten.com/46_Inflammation.pdf .
Dementia and the Eight Types of Dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Dementia is a clinical syndrome that includes loss or decline in memory and other cognitive abilities. Dementia is caused by various diseases and conditions that result in damaged brain cells...
Dementia and the Eight Types of Dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Dementia is a an illness that usually occurs slowly over time, and usually includes a progressive state of deterioration. The earliest signs of dementia are usually memory problems, confusion...
Dementia and the Eight Types of Dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Dementia is a clinical syndrome that includes loss or decline in memory and other cognitive abilities. Dementia is a an illness that usually occurs slowly over time, and usually includes...
Pet Scans Detect Dementia and Differentiate Between Alzheimer, Frontotemporal, and Lewy Bodies Dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Dementia is not a specific illness but a pattern of symptoms characterized by a loss of cognitive...) safely and accurately detects dementia, including the most common and devastating form among the elderly...

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