Senile Dementia

Senile dementia is a neurological disorder that is characterized by impaired memory, communication, and thinking. It is most often seen in older people and can be both progressive or reversible depending on the underlying cause. Ultimately, it can lead to a complete loss of cognitive and functional abilities. Treatment focuses on managing symptoms and improving overall quality of life. Early diagnosis is important for successful treatment and prevention of the disease. Dementia is currently one of the biggest public health challenges, due to its increasing prevalence in the elderly population.


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