Vascular Disease

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2.4.4. Vascular disease (multi-infarct or post-stroke dementia) Vascular disease is the term which describes blood vessel disease. Three types of blood vessels: arteries, veins and lymphatics circulate the blood in the body but when the circulation of blood becomes disturbances in the brain function. This is second most common cause (10-20 %) of dementia (Jones & Román, 2004). Mainly, language problem, persons memory, other intellectual disabilities, impaired judgment, memory loss are the signs of vascular disease. Except this incontinence, weakness, paralysis, mask-face facial expression, non-cognitive hallmarks may appear. Vascular dementia (all forms of stroke e.g., ischemic and hemorrhagic forms) is also a type of dementia. Alzheimer society UK,…show more content…
This disease affect to the mammals like; sheep, cow, and deer. The most common form of the human prion disease is sporadic, is also called Gertsmann-Straussler-Scheinker syndrome (GSS), Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), fatal familial insomnia (FFI), kuru and variably protease-sensitive prionopathy (VPSPr) (Holman, et al.,2010). All forms of HPD caused under the there principles; acquired, genetic or sporadic. Accuired types of this are scary and hard to catch so its common way is infections. The next type is “Karu”- it can pass one person to another person by cannibalishm, in Papua New Guinea. The next one is transferd by the contaminated milk of mad caw, is called bovine spongiform encephalopathy and the variant Creutzfeldt –Jackob disease (vCJD) is related with the human. That transmits via medical contaminated instrument, hormone spplements, transplant organ, dura matters (a part of brain), all these called iatogenic infections. It can harm from 1 month to 1 year (Prion Allience, 2015). Recently the group of Zou, et al, (2010) found a new type of complex prion disease, was dubbed “variably prostate-sensitive

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