Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 2

Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 2

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1. Neurocognitive disorders are caused by damage to brain cells.
2. Please list 3 risk factors of neurocognitive disorders.
3. Which of the following can be considered signs of neurocognitive disorders?
4. Some of the most active areas of research in risk reduction and prevention include cardiovascular factors, physical fitness, and diet.
5. The number of people with Alzheimer's disease triples every 10 years beyond age 65.
6. What is the name of the protein that is a risk factor for familial Alzheimer's disease?
7. What resources do physicians utilize to diagnose "probable" Alzheimer's disease?
8. Today, the only definite way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease is to examine the brain tissue after a person dies.
9. When an individual is diagnosed with probable Alzheimer's disease, on average the person lives:
10. Because neurocognitive disorders cannot be cured, early diagnosis does not make a difference.