Dementia refers to a loss of thinking, memory, and other mental abilities. Many conditions can cause dementia. A neurodegenerative disorder refers to damage or disease in the parts of your brain responsible for learning, memory, decision making, and language. As one of the major neurocognitive disorders, dementia is not a disease. Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia and is almost always associated with 50 other conditions. There are two types of dementia: Cortical Dementia (problems with the cerebral cortex) and Subcortical Dementia (problems with the brain beneath the cortex).

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