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Il significato di "Dementia" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa dementia?
A: "Dementia" is memory loss when you get old

"My father is 79 and is suffering from dementia"
Q: Che cosa significa dementia?
A: Dementia is a brain disease common amongst senior citizens that causes memory loss.
Q: Che cosa significa dementia?
A: It's when you generally lose memory or thinking skills -- not a specific disease, just a general decline in thinking function.

Parole simili a "Dementia" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra I have a dementia e I come down with a dementia e I got a dementia ?
A: 1. If you say “I have a dementia.” - it is better to say “I have dementia” as it is the subject.
2. You can say “I came down with dementia” - just because it is more grammatically correct. Also when you use “I came down with” it is not really used with health issue like dementia and more with cold and flu. For example you can say “I came down with a cold”.
3. You don’t need the “a” in “I got dementia” and also it is similar to the 2nd sentence where it’s better if you say “I got a cold” or “I got the flu”.
But essentially all of the sentences mean the same thing.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra dementia e alzheimer's disease ?
A: thank you!!😁
Q: Qual è la differenza tra
1. dementia e
2. alzheimer ?
A: Dementia is the gradual loss of mental facilities due to old age. Alzeimers is a progressive disease of the brain.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra She suffers dementia. e She suffers from dementia. ?
A: She suffers from dementia.? if grammatically correct should only use this one

Traduzionde di "Dementia"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? dementia

Altre domande riguardo "Dementia"

Q: Dementia

Dementia is a disease which causes memory disturbance (dysmnesia), cognitive disorder and executive dysfunction. Dysmnesia, unlike normal amnesia, shows losing the memory of recent events and people's names. There are four types of dementia; Alzheimer type dementia (ATD), dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and vascular dementia (VaD). ATD is the most common and VaD is the secondary. ATD is more common in female and DLB and VaD is more common in male.
1.Alzheimer type dementia (ATD)
ATD is caused by storage of abnormal protein called amyloid β and tau protein in the brain. The brain, especially hippocampus (the center of emotions, learning, and memory formation), atrophy and lose its function. The patient will lose the memory and cannot recognize time, place (causing wandering) and person. The unique symptoms of ATD is "delusion of theft". The patient cannot remember that where they put their money and think their money is stolen.
2.Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB)
DLB is caused by storage of abnormal protein called Lewy bodies. All part of brain can be affected but occipital lobe is strongly damaged. The main symptoms of DLB are cognitive disorder, visual hallucination and REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD). For instance, the patients say that they can see small kids or animals in the living room although nothing exists there. Lewy bodies are also the cause of parkinsonism.
3,Frontotemporal dementia (FTD)
FTD occurs when frontal lobe and temporal lobe atrophy and lose their function. These areas are important in controlling personality and language. The patients shows behavioral abnormality (going away when they see doctor or stealing something in the store) and stereotyped behavior (saying same thing whatever they are asked).
4.Vascular dementia (VaD)
VaD is caused by frequent cerebrovascular disease so that the symptoms can vary. The unique symptoms of VaD are emotional incontinence and mixed dementia. Since cerebral hemorrhage can cause VaD, hypertension or diabetes are risk factors. sembra naturale?
A: I am not going to correct all of this. But : Dementia is a brain disease causing irreversible cognitive decline. It usually starts in one area of the brain, the region depends on the type or cause of dementia. It affects memory, executive function, and emotional functioning and personality.

It is not generally characterized by dysmnesia. Some dementias start with short term memory loss (STM) such as Alzheimer’s Disease. With Alzheimer’s disease, people retain her abilities with skills and patterns and habits that they have had for many years. The difficulty comes in forming new memories. Gradually as the disease progresses, the victim also begins to lose your long-term memories.

( I have worked with dementia and aging for over 40 years.)
Q: She has dementia.
She is in dementia. sembra naturale?
A: “She has dementia.” This sounds natural.
“She is in dementia.” This is not natural.
Q: As his dementia continues to advanced, he could become increasingly paranoid. sembra naturale?
A: Instead of saying "advanced" say "increase"
Q: Per favore dimmi come si pronuncia dementia // dimension.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I don’t want to be a dementia when I become a ripe old age. sembra naturale?
A: "I don’t want to have dementia when I get old."
"I don't want to have dementia when I enter my golden years." (退職の後)

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