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What are the 7 Stages of Dementia


Dementia is not a one-size-fits-all condition. It presents itself differently in each individual and progresses at different rates. Where some can stay in a state of mild decline for a long period of time, others seem to develop every symptom at once.Understanding each stage can help make these... Read More

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Neuroinfectious Diseases


Neuroinfectious diseases affect the nervous system, from the brain and spinal cord to muscles and nerves.There are a wide range of neuroinfectious diseases, including: Meningitis and encephalitis, in which inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord caused by... Read More

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What is Neurogenomics


Neurogenomics is study that of how the genome of an organism influences the function of its nervous system and development. This field intends to unite neurobiology and functional genomics in order to understand the nervous system as a whole from a genomic perspective.The nervous system in verteb... Read More

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Learning difficulties due to poor connectivity, not specific brain regions


Different learning difficulties do not correspond to specific regions of the brain, as previously thought, say researchers at the University of Cambridge. Instead poor connectivity between 'hubs' within the brain is much more strongly related to children's difficulties.Between 14-30% of children... Read More

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Cause of Brain Atrophy


Cause of Brain AtrophyThe symptoms will vary depending on the location of the atrophy and its severityAccording to the National Institute of Neurological Conditions and Stroke, brain atrophy can cause the following symptoms and conditions:SeizuresA seizure is a sudden, abnormal spike of elect... Read More

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What to know about brain atrophy


Brain atrophy refers to a loss of brain cells or a loss in the number of connections between brain cells. People who experience brain atrophy typically develop poorer cognitive functioning as a result of this type of brain damage.There are two main types of brain atrophy: focal atrophy, which oc... Read More

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What is vascular dementia


Vascular dementia occurs when restricted blood flow to the brain damages brain cells. Without enough fresh blood flowing into the brain, cells can become damaged or die. The repair process in these cells is slow, and the body cannot always replace them.The symptoms may occur suddenly, such as af... Read More

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