13 December 2008

Vascular Cognitive Impairment

A preventable form of dementia
Mayo Clinic: 9 December 2008
All dementia isn't Alzheimer's — where plaques and tangles form in brain cells for unknown reasons, eventually causing irreparable damage. A less common form of dementia, vascular cognitive impairment (VCI), can be mistaken for Alzheimer's. There's one major difference between the two: VCI is preventable. … > full story

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