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Alcoholic dementia

Alcoholic dementia or alcoholic dementia is a primary and characteristic dementia caused by the chronic direct effect of alcohol on brain tissue. It is the brain organic damage caused by long-term heavy drinking. It is the most serious state of chronic alcoholism. The manifestations are tremor, delirium, spasm, acute or chronic personality change, mental retardation, memory impairment, etc.


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