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She will be testing a wide range of brain functions in vascular-related mild cognitive impairment and vascular dementia in addition to those measured as part of routine clinical assessments, including those related to vision, attention, executive function and processing speed and accuracy.
George's University of London to research whether tadalafil, which works by dilating blood vessels, could help prevent vascular dementia by increasing blood flow to the brain.
But, on what was to be the first day of his trial, Judge Andrew Hatton found, on the evidence of three doctors, that Leslie Jones had vascular dementia now, and probably at the time of the accident, and was unfit to enter a plea or stand trial.
Within three months, she was diagnosed with vascular dementia and is now in a care home and totally dependent on others.
THERE are two major types of dementia - Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia.
When vascular dementia and Alzheimer's disease were analyzed separately, subjects with midlife depressive symptoms only did not have a significantly increased risk of Alzheimer's disease (HR, 1.
5 times more likely to develop vascular dementia, a type of dementia caused by impaired blood flow to the brain.
Vascular dementia has long been recognized as another significant cause of dementia but the distinction between dementia due to vascular disease and that due to AD (conceptualized as a degenerative brain disease) is currently evolving.