Conclusion

The term 'dementia' refers to a large number of conditions, specific symptom patterns, and psychopathological changes. To simplify, there is disorganization of functions in senile dementia of the Alzheimer type, an alteration in the programming of tasks in frontal dementia, an alteration in the temporal organization of experiences in Korsakoff's syndrome, an alteration of perceptive and psychomotor tasks in diencephalic dementia, and an alteration in spatial structures in extrapyramidal subcortical dementia.

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