Understanding Alzheimer's Disease Chart 20x26

$19.99

BARCODE: 9780781786348
BARCODE: 9780781786348
FAQ: Should framed poster be laminated?
Yes, for UV protec­tion against fading.
Enjoy it even more on your wall.
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