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Pick's disease

Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life A. Peak in 1892 described cases of senile dementia increased atrophic process, mainly in the frontal and temporal lobes. These observations then led Alzheimer A., ​​E. Altman, X. Lipman and others (1892-1908). The assumption that the described A. Peak cases are independent in relation to nosological form, first expressed X.

Border neuropsychiatric disorders in later life

Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life VY Semke, BD Tsigankov, SS Odarchenko (2006) systematized clinical types of border states in elderly and old age, highlighting the nuclear boundary and psychopathy, which in this group of patients had specific clinical and dynamic relations. Stages dynamics of borderline disorders in geriatric patients are divided into acute, protracted, rubber

Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea

Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life In this degenerative brain disease occurs predominantly defeat of the extrapyramidal system. Starting mainly related to the age of 40-50 years after the main symptoms in the initial period resemble the phenomenon of neurasthenia (cerebrasthenia) with irritability, insomnia, mood instability. Then pretty quickly manifest ekstrapirami

Alzheimer disease

Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life Alzheimer's disease - primary degenerative dementia endogenous beginning in presenile age and is characterized by progressive memory impairment, speech, intelligence with the outcome in the total gross dementia disorders of higher cortical functions (speech, praxis, optical spatial perception) - Afat-aprakto-agnostic dementia. Ln

Atrophic brain disease

Table of Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life In most cases, atrophic diseases begin in elderly and senile age. The most typical atrophic process leading to dementia, senile dementia is developing as 70 years or later. Because in the future similar to endogenous dementia clinic described Alzheimer A. (1906), currently is formed

Presenile (involution) psychoses

Contents: psychosis later age: - presenile (involution) psychoses atrophic brain diseases: - Senile dementia of Alzheimer's type - Alzheimer's Disease - Pick's disease - Parkinson's disease and Huntington's chorea borderline disorders in later life significant increase in life expectancy in many developed countries of the world are time gives rise to the phenomenon of "aging" of the population of the planet. In this regard, a growing interest in the scientific study of the features of aging, biological and psychological, as well as psychopathological aspects of this problem, which puts certain tasks
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