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BCH Lecture: Memory Loss: What's Normal, What's Not 11/2/21

  • Category: Neurology

Do you worry that forgetting names or where you put your keys might be a sign of impending dementia? Some memory loss is a normal part of aging. But sometimes forgetfulness is an early sign of serious conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Neurologist Alan Zacharias, MD, will discuss normal age-related forgetfulness, abnormal memory loss and the diagnosis and treatment of dementia.

Click here to view/download a PDF of slides shown during this lecture.

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