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Specific Aspects of Changes in Cognitive Function in Cerebral Circulatory Disorders

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Violation of higher brain functions is one of the most frequent and disadaptive complications of cerebrovascular diseases. Cognitive impairments, especially pronounced ones, can lead to significant restrictions in work, social life, and self-care of patients. In all cases, the quality of life is significantly reduced not only by the patients themselves, but also by their closest relatives.

Abstract

Violation of higher brain functions is one of the most frequent and disadaptive complications of cerebrovascular diseases. Cognitive impairments, especially pronounced ones, can lead to significant restrictions in work, social life, and self-care of patients. In all cases, the quality of life is significantly reduced not only by the patients themselves, but also by their closest relatives.

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risk factors
dementia
neuropsychological syndrome
cognitive impairment

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Jalolovich, T. M. . (2022). Specific Aspects of Changes in Cognitive Function in Cerebral Circulatory Disorders. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 25, 235-242. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1387
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    20 June 2022
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    20 June 2022
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    20 June 2022