Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia

Did you know ?

There are just around 25,000 neurologists in EU. Some regions are better covered than others: depending on the country, there are between 4 and 13 neurologists per 100,000 people.1

To help you find the best help possible, Concilio’s medical team is by your side to help you find the solution to your medical problems.

What is dementia ?

A chronic or progressive syndrome, dementia is characterized by a gradual and above average decline in cognitive function in the elderly. It particularly affects memory, attention, reasoning, orientation, comprehension, language, and judgment. Dementia is one of the leading causes of disability and dependency among the elderly in the world. This disorder is usually due to diseases or injuries affecting the brain (brain damage, damage to blood vessels, etc.) or to external factors such as alcoholism, drug abuse, or vitamin B12 deficiency.

Different forms of dementia

Dementia can manifest itself in many forms. At the origin of 60 to 70% of cases, Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of this pathology. Vascular dementia (15 to 30% of cases) is also distinguished, leading to a deterioration of cognitive capacity and memory. Lewy body dementia manifests itself by abnormal deposits of proteins forming inside the brain cells. Frontotemporal dementia results in degeneration of the frontal lobes of the brain. There is no clear boundary between different forms of dementia, which often results in mixed disorders.

Why is it important to obtain the best care when you are ill?

Concilio enables you to access the best healthcare available to you. Our medical team will personally assist you to help you deal with any health issue.

  • In 45% of cases, your diagnosis or treatment plan could be optimized
  • 9 out 10 doctors prescribe unnecessary medical acts: surgery, repeat investigations, non-compliance with recommended best medical practice
  • All hospitals and clinics are not equal. Some are better suited to treating your illness than others.
  • Medicine is becoming more and more specialized. It can be complicated to obtain reliable medical information and ensure you get to see the medical practitioner that’s right for you and your condition
  • Author : Florian Reinaud, MD
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  • Author of revisions : Amine Morjane, MD
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1736 peer-recommended neurologists have been identified by Concilio