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Remediation of memory disorders 

Remediation of memory disorders
Remediation of memory disorders

Jonathan J. Evans

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date: 29 June 2022

Memory disorders are frequently encountered in clinical practice and cause significant disability. Memory should therefore be carefully assessed as part of routine clinical assessment. Restoration of normal functioning is not typically possible and remediation is therefore usually concerned with compensating for impaired memory. A range of treatment approaches is available, and the treatment of choice will depend on the form and severity of memory disorder and the functional problems faced by the patient.

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