What is Binswanger Disease?
Binswanger disease is a progressive neurological disorder caused by arteriosclerosis and thromboembolism affecting the blood vessels that supply the white-matter and deep structures of the brain (basal ganglia and thalamus).
Is there a cure for Binswanger disease?
What are the symptoms of subcortical dementia?
Is Binswanger’s disease common?
What is the life expectancy of someone with vascular dementia?
How is Binswanger’s disease diagnosed?
What are the 7 stages of vascular dementia?
- Normal Behaviour. …
- Forgetfulness. …
- Mild Decline. …
- Moderate Decline. …
- Moderately Severe Decline. …
- Severe Decline. …
- Very Severe Decline.
Is Pick’s disease the same as frontotemporal dementia?
What does it mean when you have too much white matter in the brain?
What are the levels of cognitive impairment?
Can poor circulation cause dementia?
What causes subcortical dementia?
What is meant by subcortical?
: of, relating to, involving, or being a part of the brain below the cerebral cortex subcortical lesions.
Is Parkinson’s disease subcortical?
Is vascular dementia hereditary?
The sort of genes that increase the risk of vascular dementia are often the same ones that increase the risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
What is frontal dementia?
How does vascular dementia progress?
What are the first symptoms most likely to be seen in vascular dementia?
- slowness of thought.
- difficulty with planning.
- trouble with understanding.
- problems with concentration.
- changes to your mood or behaviour.
- problems with memory and language (but these are not as common as they are in people with Alzheimer’s disease)
What is the best treatment for vascular dementia?
What are the 5 stages of vascular dementia?
- No cognitive impairment at all.
- Very mild symptoms, such as a little forgetfulness, but the person can function more or less as normal.
- Mild cognitive impairment. …
- Moderate cognitive decline. …
- Moderately severe cognitive decline. …
- Severe cognitive decline. …
- Very severe cognitive decline.
What is SAE disease?
Who does Capgras syndrome affect?
What are the different types of dementia?
- Alzheimer’s Disease.
- Vascular Dementia.
- Dementia With Lewy Bodies (DLB)
- Parkinson’s Disease Dementia.
- Mixed Dementia.
- Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)
- Huntington’s Disease.
- Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease.
Do people with dementia know they have it?
What should you not say to someone with dementia?
- You’re wrong …
- Do you remember? …
- They passed away. …
- I told you …
- What do you want to eat? …
- Come, let’s get your shoes on and get to the car, we need to go to the store for some groceries.
What stage of dementia is anger?
What is the primary symptom of Pick’s disease?
Is Pick’s disease fatal?
How Can Pick’s disease be prevented?
How serious is white matter disease?
Can white matter disease cause death?
Is white matter disease the same as dementia?
What causes cognitive disorders?
What is the difference between cognitive impairment and dementia?
What are the signs of cognitive impairment?
- You forget things more often.
- You forget important events such as appointments or social engagements.
- You lose your train of thought or the thread of conversations, books or movies.
- You feel increasingly overwhelmed by making decisions, planning steps to accomplish a task or understanding instructions.
What is a silent stroke?
Is vascular dementia a death sentence?
Does vascular dementia affect walking?
What are subcortical structures?
What is mild frontal subcortical dysfunction?
Is Alzheimer’s cortical or subcortical?
What part of the brain is subcortical?
What are subcortical lesions?
Can MS lesions be subcortical?
What are subcortical symptoms?
What is meant by subcortical dementia?
What is the difference between cortical and subcortical dementia?
What is the most common cause of vascular dementia?
How long can an 80 year old live with dementia?
What is the biggest risk factor for vascular dementia?
What are the 7 stages of frontotemporal dementia?
- Unexplained small things. …
- Driving and work problems. …
- Apathy. …
- Trouble with swallowing. …
- Behaviour. …
- Trouble with balance and mobility. …
- More physical symptoms. …
- The final days.
What is the difference between Alzheimer’s and frontotemporal dementia?
What is the life expectancy of someone with frontotemporal dementia?
What is end stage vascular dementia?
Can a person with vascular dementia live alone?
How long can an 85 year old live with vascular dementia?
Do vascular dementia patients sleep a lot?
What is the average life expectancy of someone with vascular dementia?
Is anger a symptom of dementia?
Why are dementia patients so mean?
How is vascular dementia diagnosed?
MRI s are generally the preferred imaging test because MRI s can provide even more detail than CT scans about strokes, ministrokes and blood vessel abnormalities and is the test of choice for evaluating vascular dementia.