Alzheimers Disease Diagnosis and Symptoms

Description :

To diagnose Alzheimer's dementia, doctors conduct tests to assess memory impairment and other thinking skills, judge functional abilities, and identify behavior changes. They also perform a series of tests to rule out other possible causes of impairment.

  • Early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's dementia include:
  • Memory impairment, such as difficulty remembering events
  • Difficulty concentrating, planning or problem-solving
  • Problems finishing daily tasks at home or at work
  • Confusion with location or passage of time
  • Having visual or space difficulties, such as not understanding distance in driving, getting lost or misplacing items
  • Language problems, such as word-finding problems or reduced vocabulary in speech or writing
  • Using poor judgment in decisions
  • Withdrawal from work events or social engagements
  • Changes in mood, such as depression or other behavior and personality changes

  • Risk Factors of Alzheimer’s
  • Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarker
  • Epidemiology
  • Neurological damage
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