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Alzheimer's disease

senility loss

Alzheimer's disease, progressive, incurable disease of the brain, the most common cause of premature senility. Its symptoms may include loss of memory, changes in personality, impaired language and motor skills, loss of control of bodily functions, and unresponsiveness. Currently it is difficult to diagnose and there is no specific treatment.

See also: Senility.

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