Senile dementia

Dementia ICD-10 F00-F07 ICD-9 290-294 OMIM [1] EnfermedadesDB 29283 Medline Plus 000739 eMedicina / Malla {{{Número de malla}}} Senile dementia (from Latin de- "apart, away" + mens (genitive mentis) "mind") is the progressive decline in cognitive function due to damage or disease in the brain beyond what might be expected from normal aging. Although dementia is far more common in the geriatric population, it may occur in any stage of adulthood. This age cutoff is defining, as similar sets of symptoms due to organic brain dysfunction are given different names in populations younger than adulthood (ver, por ejemplo, developmental disorders).  In dementia, affected areas in cognition may be memory, attention, idioma, and problem solving. Higher mental functions are affected first in the process. Especially in the later stages of the condition, affected persons may be disoriented in time (not knowing what day of the week, day of the month, mes, or even what year it is), in place (not knowing where they are), and in person (not knowing who they are).  Symptoms of dementia can be classified as either reversible or irreversible depending upon the etiology of the disease. Less than 10 percent of cases of dementia are due to causes which may presently be reversed with treatment. Of these cases almost 100% are elderly people. Dementia is a term for a non-specific illness syndrome (set of symptoms) which is caused by many different specific disease processes, in the same way that symptoms of organ dysfunction such as shortness of breath, jaundice, or pain are attributable to many etiologies. Without careful . 2007 Apr 4; PMID 17406652 ↑ Wei, Z., Mousseau, D.D., Dai, Y., Cao, X., li, X.M. (2006). Haloperidol induces apoptosis via the sigma2 receptor system and Bcl-XS. 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Annals of Neurology, 2006 (published online April 18, 2006). ↑ West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (with further links to experiments respectively) ↑ Drivers with dementia a growing problem, MDs warn, CBC News, Canadá, Septiembre 19, 2007 External links An Amazing Documentary About Dementia Produced by Knowledge Network Dementia Research News from ScienceDaily The Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling Dementia tutorial for U.K. practitioners by the Alzheimer's Society Getting Started in Telecare for Patients with DementiaPDF (897 KiB) AlzheimersDementiaInfo - Articles and information regarding Alzheimer's disease and other elder care issues. Understanding Dementia: a primer of diagnosis and management AlzOnline - AlzOnline provides education, información, and support to persons caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or a related memory problem. Drivers with dementia a growing problem, MDs warn, CBC News, Canadá, Septiembre 19, 2007 CSIP National Older Persons Mental Health Programme Includes an involvement toolkit with tips on how people with dementia can get involved in the planning, development and evaluation of services Dementia Advocacy and Support Network Dementia Care Mapping Bradford Dementia Group GPnotebook -1650851840 eMedicina:Consumer 38533-1 MedlinePlus Overview dementia Merck Geriatrics 5-40a v·d·e WHO ICD-10 mental and behavioural disorders (F · 290–319) Neurological/symptomatic Dementia (Alzheimer's disease, demencia multiinfarto, Pick's disease, enfermedad de Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Huntington's disease, enfermedad de Parkinson, complejo de demencia por sida, Demencia frontotemporal) · Delirium · Post-concussion syndrome Psychoactive substance alcohol (embriaguez, dependencia al alcohol, Delirium tremens, Korsakoff's syndrome, abuso de alcohol) · opiáceos (dependencia de opiáceos) · sedante hipnótico (abstinencia de benzodiacepinas) · cocaína (dependencia de la cocaína) · general (Intoxicación, Abuso de drogas, Dependencia física, Retiro) Psychotic disorder Schizophrenia (esquizofrenia desorganizada) · Schizotypal personality disorder · Delusional disorder · Folie à deux · Schizoaffective disorder Mood (afectivo) Mania · Bipolar disorder · Clinical depression · Cyclothymia · Dysthymia Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform Anxiety disorder (Agorafobia, Trastorno de pánico, Ataque de pánico, Trastorno de ansiedad generalizada, Ansiedad social) · TOC · Reacción de estrés agudo · PTSD · Trastorno de adaptación · Trastorno de conversión (síndrome de Ganser) · Trastorno somatomorfo (Trastorno de somatización, Desórden dismórfico del cuerpo, hipocondriasis, nosofobia, Da Costa's syndrome, psicoalgia) · Neurasthenia Physiological/physical behavioural Eating disorder (anorexia nerviosa, bulimia nerviosa) · Desorden del sueño (disomnia, insomnio, hipersomnia, parasomnia, Noche de terror, pesadilla) · Disfunción sexual (disfuncion erectil, eyaculación precoz, vaginismo, dispareunia, hipersexualidad) · Postnatal depression Adult personality and behaviour Personality disorder · Passive-aggressive behavior · Kleptomania · Trichotillomania · Voyeurism · Factitious disorder · Munchausen syndrome · Ego-dystonic sexual orientation Mental retardation Mental retardation Psychological development (trastorno del desarrollo) Específico: discurso y lenguaje (trastorno del lenguaje expresivo, afasia, afasia expresiva, Afasia receptiva, Síndrome de Landau-Kleffner, ceceo) · Habilidades escolares (dislexia, disgrafia, síndrome de Gerstmann) · Función motora (dispraxia del desarrollo) Penetrante: Autism · Rett syndrome · Asperger syndrome Behavioural and emotional, childhood and adolescence onset ADHD · Conduct disorder · Oppositional defiant disorder · Separation anxiety disorder · Selective mutism · Reactive attachment disorder · Tic disorder · Tourette syndrome · Speech (tartamudear · abarrotar) Esta página utiliza contenido con licencia Creative Commons de Wikipedia (ver autores).

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