What is Binswanger Disease?
(Symptoms, Causes & Treatment)
Binswanger disease is a rare form of dementia which is characterized by loss of memory and intellectual function and by changes in mood. The disease is a form of small vessel vascular dementia caused by damage to the white brain matter. It usually presents between 54 and 66 years of age, and the first symptoms are usually mental deterioration or stroke.
Symptoms include mental deterioration, language disorder, transient ischemic attack, muscle ataxia, and impaired movements including change of walk, slowness of movements, and change in posture. These symptoms usually coincide with multiple falls, epilepsy, fainting, and uncontrollable bladder.
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