Alzheimer's disease may be cured with surgery

Alzheimer's disease may be cured with surgery

Symptoms, also associated with Parkinson's disease, are caused by a little known disease characterized by fluid accumulation in the brain.

Diagnosis has made older people think they have Alzheimer's or Parkinson'sEBCRetired Judge Albano Giannini, 78, led a normal, active life until early 2017 began to find it difficult to walk."I tried to get up and fall. My son even had to bathe me. With each passing day, I only got worse. I went to doctors and none gave me a diagnosis. For me, I was dead," he says.Without finding answers, the family became suspicious of the beginning of a Parkinson's picture.In the case of 79-year-old retiree Paulo Pires de Oliveira Camargo, the difficulty in locomotion was accompanied by urinary incontinence, memory loss and mental confusion.He went to about 15 doctors, and among the diagnoses raised was the dreaded Alzheimer's.See too7 mental disorders movies for you to watch and become aware ofSuicide in Brazil: Seniors Over 70 Have the Highest RateBoth diseases are neurodegenerative and unhealed, meaning that patients could only take medications to minimize symptoms and slow progression...


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