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Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Loss-A Review

  title={Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Loss-A Review},
  author={Naresh Korrapati and B. NagaPavanKumar},
Memory loss is one of the first symptoms in patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD). During the course of the disease patients experience problems with their language, mood swings, and behavioural issues. Due to these conditions patients often withdraw from family or society with the fear and embarrassment and gradually, bodily functions are lost leading to death. The pattern of memory loss correlates with structural and functional integrity of brain. In patients with AD the formation… Expand
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