Talk:Dementia

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Suggestions for more content[edit]

What about Wernicke's encephalopathy, and Korsakoff's syndrome?

And I happen to be looking for a full list of the aetiology of dementia. Would be very grateful for any pointers/links to such a list.

Thanks

Disorientation[edit]

With regards to disorientation I'm taking the week part out of time - it's disorientation to not know the day of the week, maybe day of the month, but how many people can tell you which week of the year it is?

Cerebral Health Website[edit]

As director of the cerebralhealth.com website, I would like to offer an appeal to the editors of this page to include a link to either the homepage at http://www.cerebralhealth.com or to the Brain Research and Information Network (B.R.A.I.N.) at http://www.cerebralhealth.com/neuroscienceresearch.php

Links[edit]

>> Dementia: A global disaster in waiting? (Lihaas (talk) 16:42, 12 December 2013 (UTC)).