Subjects were evaluated in terms of age at presentation, gender, distribution of diagnoses in the presenile
(65-74 years old) and senile (75 years and older) age groups, near and distance visual acuity, and low vision aids (LVAs) used for near and distance.
LBD is now defined as follows: "LBD is a chronic progressive neuropsychiatric disorder, which is clinically characterized by Parkinson symptoms of presenile
or senile, or sometimes younger onset, often followed by dementia at the later stages.
Patients were classified into 3 groups of senile dementia (n = 49), presenile
dementia (n = 7), and mixed dementia (n = 28) according to the diagnostic criteria of the CCMD-3.
Frontotemporal lobar dementia is the second most common dementia after Alzheimer's affecting persons in middle age, and accounts for up to 20% of presenile
Alzheimer neurofibrillary tangles in diseases other than senile and presenile
Studies have shown that herbal formulations have the properties that can improve memory and function as a brain tonic in conditions of senile and presenile
Premature cardiovascular events (onset between age 30 and 40 for women), greater incidence of ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack (7% to 30%), and frequent evidence of white matter lesions put FD patients at greater risk for developing presenile
Objective: To determine frequency of various risk factors associated with presenile
cataract among patients schedule for cataract surgery.
General and cellular pathochemistry of senile and presenile
alterations of the brain.
stroke: long-term outcome for patients and their families.
If these concentrations persist, such patients may be at a higher risk of having presenile
cataracts in later life.
dementia syndromes: an update on taxonomy and diagnosis.