Dementia is the name given to a collection of illnesses, one of which is Alzheimer's disease, that have a characteristic pattern of symptoms and signs and generally occurs in later life. Individuals with Down's syndrome are predisposed to a variety of medical conditions which can impose an additional, but preventable, burden of secondary disability. Nearly half of the individuals studied had not seen a doctor 12 months before the study, and nearly a third had not had a medical assessment in the previous 3 years. Given the high prevalence of comorbidities, functional and cognitive impairment, polypharmacy, and geriatric conditions, geriatric care might be considered as a possible option for the care of adults with DS. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
Ageing And Its Consequences For People With Down's Syndrome
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Adults with Down's syndrome: the prevalence of complications and health care in the community
Survival of infants born with Down's syndrome: Adults with DS are characterized by the presence of several concomitant, overlapping clinical conditions; they usually receive multiple medications and treatments, in particular, psychotropic medications, and sometimes face inadequate social and family support. The prevalence of medical complications known to occur more frequently in individuals with Down's syndrome are shown in Table 1.