Alzheimer's disease definition

  • noun:
    • A disease marked because of the losing intellectual capability, typically during a period of ten to fifteen many years, and associated with the improvement unusual areas and necessary protein build up when you look at the cerebral cortex.
    • a condition concerning reduced psychological functions caused by brain structure changes; senile alzhiemer's disease of Alzheimer's disease kind.
    • a progressive as a type of presenile alzhiemer's disease which comparable to senile alzhiemer's disease except that it generally begins within the 40s or 50s; first signs are damaged memory which can be followed by impaired idea and message last but not least full helplessness

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