Vascular dementia is a medical term that describes mental problems that arise from an insufficient blood supply to the brain, according to Mayo Clinic. It covers problems related to mental processes such as reasoning, me... More »

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The seven stages of vascular dementia begin with no impairment, then continue with very mild, mild and moderate, according to EverydayHealth. The last stages include moderately severe, severe and very severe. More »

The earliest symptom for dementia that clearly stands out is memory loss, according to WebMD. As things progress, patients have trouble recalling things that have happened recently and recognizing places and people. Even... More »

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Frontal lobe dementia, more properly referred to as frontotemporal dementia, is described by Mayo Clinic as an umbrella term used to for a number of uncommon brain disorders. These disorders inflict progressive cell dege... More »

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The implications of high blood pressure for overall health include possible damage to the arteries, brain, heart and kidneys, according to Mayo Clinic. This damage can occur quietly over many years until relatively sever... More »

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Macrocytosis is a medical term used to describe enlarged red blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. This medical condition usually does not cause any symptoms, but it may be a symptom of an underlying disease or infectio... More »

Frontotemporal dementia is the shrinking of the frontal and temporal anterior lobes of the brain, states WebMD. Symptoms may include impulsive or listless behavior, socially inappropriate behavior, and progressive loss o... More »

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