Download e-book for kindle: Alzheimer's disease by Gunhild Waldemar, Alistair Burns

By Gunhild Waldemar, Alistair Burns

ISBN-10: 0198779801

ISBN-13: 9780198779803

A part of the Oxford Neurology Library sequence, this moment variation of Alzheimer's Disease is a succinct and sensible creation to the analysis, overview and administration of Alzheimer's sickness. This sensible pocketbook includes 14 absolutely up to date chapters on key themes corresponding to pathophysiology, epidemiology, pharmacological remedies, and mental signs. The creation of latest chapters on strange displays, end-of-life matters, and case vignettes make sure the reader is absolutely outfitted with the newest realizing of the prospective motives of the sickness, tools of prognosis, and administration innovations. content material is gifted in a concise and straightforward to learn layout designed for speedy reference, with priceless key issues indexed at the beginning of every chapter.

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Visuospatial impairment is generally present to varying degrees in PCA. Difficulties are elicited on tasks involving spatial localization or appreciation of three-dimensional space. In contrast to the ‘typical’ amnestic presentation of AD, episodic memory is relatively preserved, although assessment can be challenging. Deficits in immediate or ‘working’ memory are common: patients with PCA often have a reduced digit span and may be easily ‘overloaded’ with information, which limits their ability to assimilate verbal information.

Hence, learning and memory tests of new information remain the cornerstone, not only of formal neuropsychological assessment, but also of current screening instruments for dementia. Among the different memory tests, the free and cued selective reminding test (FCSRT) is specifically recommended by the international guidelines because it controls for a successful encoding and it facilitates retrieval processing. The typical pattern observed in AD is low recall 28 performance despite retrieval facilitation.

It has been estimated that any intervention measures that delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease by five years would halve its prevalence and significantly reduce the burden of dementia in the ageing society.  Primary prevention Even if the mechanisms of vascular and psychosocial factors being involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease are still not fully understood, primary prevention sounds possible as most vascular risk factors, psychosocial factors, and lifestyles are modifiable or amenable to management.

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