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The court heard that Mrs Watling had advanced senile dementia and that most of the residents were aged in their late 70s and early 80s.
Mrs Cushman, who had senile dementia, has since had her ashes placed next to those of her husband, George.
The inquest heard each of the 11 men were in the terminal stages of senile dementia and died from bronchial pneumonia between 1995 and 1997.
Eventually, four years ago the doctors told us it was senile dementia and she has deteriorated ever since,' said Rosalind.
Police said Murakami, who has senile dementia, was moved May 16 from a hospital in Abuta, a Hokkaido town from which many people were evacuated after the volcano erupted March 31.
Such restoration of function may inhibit injured or damaged neurons from firing abnormally, a pathological process associated with many neurological conditions, including senile dementia, Alzheimer's disease, neuropathy and AIDS dementia.
Seabold said Haynes did not understand what she was doing because she was under heavy medication when she entered the plea, wasn't sleeping at night, and might be suffering from senile dementia.
Diagnosis includes Alzheimer's and senile dementia, ASHD.
NGF, the committee suggests, may prove useful in enhancing repair of damaged nerves, andstudying its function will add to the knowledge of errors of development, senile dementia, wound healing, muscular dystrophy and certain tumors.
com/research/ceee70/research_report_on) has announced the addition of the "Research Report on Chinese Anti Senile Dementia Drug Market, 2010-2011" report to their offering.
Attenborough's wife was also reported to be suffering from senile dementia.
from 1992 to 1994, focusing on the "disturbed behaviors" of elders diagnosed with some form of senile dementia.