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serious mental illness or disorder impairing a person's capacity to function normally and safely

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After a few years an Alzheimer's-like demential pathology manifested itself.
low risk among the Inuit, despite a fat-rich diet, and among Italians, carriers of apolipoprotein AI gene, versus high risk among populations such as US Caucasians and Asian-Americans) will have an analogous impact for type II diabetes, degenerative demential, metabolic syndrome, reproductive diseases, frailty, senility, and other such conditions.
Differentiating the roles of the hippocampal complex and the neocortex in long-term memory storage: evidence from the study of semantic demential and Alzheimer's disease.
In the meantime, he is primarily responsible for managing client medical issues ranging from chemical withdrawal to demential to co-occurring mental illness.
Fourteen academics and practitioners from England and Scotland contribute ten chapters reviewing the advances of the past decade in the understanding of frontotemporal demential (FTD) and related syndromes.