Understanding Alzheimer's Disease Chart 20x26

$19.99

BARCODE: 9780781786348

FAQ: Is lamination recom­mended if framed?
Yes, for UV protec­tion against fading.
Vivid 20x26 inch human anatomy poster discusses the aging brain, dementia and methods of diagnosing AD for patient caregiver education.
Expand Full DescriptionAlzheimer’s Awareness

Dementia is a variety of medi­cal condi­tions and illness­es that impair a person’s cogni­tive health. Alzheimer’s disease is one type of demen­tia. This 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster defines AD and dis­cuss­es the aging brain, dementia and diag­nos­ing AD. It lists risk factors and describes symp­toms of the three main stages so physi­cians and family can recognize warning signs. Key manage­ment tech­niques are offered for patients, their families and care­givers. Purchase this popu­lar medical poster for neurolo­gists doctors’ offices.

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Understanding Alzheimer's Disease illus­trates and discuss­es the areas of the brain affected by the disease: amy­loid plaques (also called senile plaques) and physical changes to the cerebral cortex. It shows and describes the abnormal cellular structures involved (granu­lova­cuolar degenera­tion and neuro­fibril­lary tangles) and how AD destroys how neurons "talk" to each other. ©2009

  • November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination
Alzheimer’s Awareness

Dementia is a variety of medi­cal condi­tions and illness­es that impair a person’s cogni­tive health. Alzheimer’s disease is one type of demen­tia. This 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster defines AD and dis­cuss­es the aging brain, dementia and diag­nos­ing AD. It lists risk factors and describes symp­toms of the three main stages so physi­cians and family can recognize warning signs. Key manage­ment tech­niques are offered for patients, their families and care­givers. Purchase this popu­lar medical poster for neurolo­gists doctors’ offices.

More

Understanding Alzheimer's Disease illus­trates and discuss­es the areas of the brain affected by the disease: amy­loid plaques (also called senile plaques) and physical changes to the cerebral cortex. It shows and describes the abnormal cellular structures involved (granu­lova­cuolar degenera­tion and neuro­fibril­lary tangles) and how AD destroys how neurons "talk" to each other. ©2009

  • November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination