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Therefore, comparisons of some of the data were only made between the senile dementia and mixed dementia groups.
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a common neurodegenerative disorder that causes senile dementia.
MINDSET is a privately held biopharmaceutical company focused on memory loss in Alzheimer's disease, Senile Dementia, Dementia and Age-Related Cognitive Impairment.
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.
The bills call for revisions in the Civil Code to rename the systems labeled "incompetence" and "semi-incompetence" as "guardianship" and "assistance" respectively, and to add a third system of support for people with mild cases of senile dementia or mental disability.
Senile dementia of the Alzheimer's type: an important risk factor for serious falls.
The study found that moderate drinkers were 80% less likely than teetotalers to develop senile dementia and 75% less likely to develop Alzheimer's.
McCardell was moved into a nursing home on the recommendation of her physician, who noted she suffered from senile dementia, organic brain syndrome, and poor memory.
Here again, Rudman offers a vivid portrait of Reagan, insinuating that the president was already well along his tragic path to senile dementia.
McGill, a civil engineer who moved to California from Kansas City after retiring in the 1940s, suffered from senile dementia so severe that he "didn't recognize people he had known all his life," his daughter said.
But this physician had previously prescribed the drug haloperidol (Haldol) for the patient's anxiety, agitation, and fears--behavioral problems associated with senile dementia.