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Vergeetachtigheid

  • A. W. Wind
  • H. de Vries
  • Y. A. L. Pijnenburg

Vergeetachtigheid is een klacht die vaker dan vroeger geuit wordt bij de huisarts, omdat men niet meer zomaar aanneemt ‘dat het bij het ouder worden hoort’. Vergeetachtigheid kan op zichzelf voorkomen maar is ook dikwijls geassocieerd met andere cognitieve problemen, zoals traagheid, afasie, moeilijkheden met het uitvoeren van motorische functies of met abstract denken.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. W. Wind
  • H. de Vries
    • 1
  • Y. A. L. Pijnenburg
    • 2
  1. 1.afdeling Huisartsgeneeskunde en EMGO-InstituutVrije Universiteit AmsterdamAmsterdam
  2. 2.afdeling Neurologie, Alzheimer centrumVrije Universiteit Medisch CentrumAmsterdam

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