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Cognitive changes in Lewy Body Disease

Alzheimer's Australia

Synopsis

‘Cognitive functions’ might sound like a complicated term, but it is just the medical way of describing thinking functions of the brain. These include language, memory, planning and attention. The term ‘cognitive deficits’ refer to the dementia component of Lewy body disease. Learn more about how this can affect a person’s thinking and everyday activities, and how to manage these difficulties.

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