According to the Alzheimer's Society, the average life span for a patient with vascular dementia is around five years after symptoms begin manifesting. Oftentimes, the patient's death is caused by a stroke or heart attac... More »

A person with dementia usually lives, on average, about 4 1/2 years after the onset of the condition, according to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation. Of those with dementia, women tend to live longer ... More »

The average life expectancy of people with Alzheimer’s-type dementia is eight to 12 years, according to McGill University. However, the life expectancy of a specific individual is based upon age of onset of the disease a... More »

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Vascular dementia symptoms include short-term memory lapses, difficulty concentrating, problems balancing or walking, delusions or hallucinations, and loss of bowel or bladder control, as listed by WebMD. Other symptoms ... More »

The life expectancy for a person with frontotemporal dementia generally is two to 10 years after diagnosis, explains the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration. The average period of a patient suffering from the con... More »

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The average life expectancy of people with Alzheimer’s-type dementia is eight to 12 years, according to McGill University. However, the life expectancy of a specific individual is based upon age of onset of the disease a... More »

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The average life expectancy for an adult liver transplant recipient is 22.2 years, as reported by the National Institutes of Health based on a study outlined in the journal Gut. The survival time varies considerably base... More »