Delirium: Assessment, Consequences, and Sequelae
Delirium is a bed-side diagnosis, there are no blood tests or imaging studies which will confirm the diagnosis. Only the EEG evaluation can be helpful. Neurological exam is an important part of evaluation....
What is Lewy Body Disease?
Lewy body disease is an age-related disease that slowly damages the brain. It’s a spectrum disease, which means it can be found in people with Parkinson’s disease. People with Lewy body disease can experience...
Frontotemporal Dementia - Overview
In this video speaker discusses with details the current advances in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and its overlap with motor neurone disease (MND). Video by Neuroscience Research Australia - NeuRA
What is Vascular Dementia?
Vascular dementia is cognitive impairment caused by damaged or blocked blood vessels in the brain. The symptoms of vascular dementia can vary from person to person, depending on what part of the brain...
What is Frontotemporal Dementia?
Frontotemporal dementia is a less common form of dementia. It’s most likely to occur in people aged from 45 to 65 and it’s more common in younger people. It can be in the family but often it’s not. Frontotemporal...
Alzheimer's Disease (AD), Pathology and Genetics
What is Alzheimer's? Can Alzheimer's be Inherited? Progression of the Disease.
Four Patients With Schizophrenia
The film shows some schizophrenia symptoms and diagnostic criteria.
Discussion of alzeimer's disease, including theories of pathogenesis, brain atrophy, and common presentation.
Huntington's Disease - Patient
The film shows the way of examination of a patient suffering from Huntington's disease. By prof. Nial Tubridy.