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Confabulation

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confabulation is the spontaneous narrative report of events that never happened. It consists of the creation of false memories, percep...
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Confabulation & Dementia

7.91% of the posts that mention Confabulation also mention Dementia (156 posts)
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" ...true or not is called confabulation. They all do some of ...this stuff. Look for a link to UNDERSTANDING THE DEMENTIA EXPERIENCE on Joan's Blog page about half way down on... "

" ...faculties. Only now that her Alzheimers is quite severe do I ...there is a phenomenon called 'confabulation', where memories (long term or ...me doing it. This is confabulation. If you don... "

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" ...is very useful with many dementia patients; very possibly with *most* ...enough at steering a dementia patient he's never seen ...with an example of my father's confabulation described in ... "

" ...of living with someone with dementia. When I took my mum ...we are worried about her confabulation. I don't want to contemplate ...feel more comfortable with the confabulation. Reg... "

" ...doen't want it out. He is suffering from confabulation. (confabulation [k?nfab?y?l??sh?n] Etymology: L, con ...Korsakoff's psychosis; head injuries; dementia; or lead poisoning. Also... "

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" ...My uncle died of Alzheimer's a number of years ago, and in the throes of the disease he confabulated constantly and vocally, long after he lost the ability to form cogent sentence structures.... "

" ...diabetic and was taken in because she had vomited and was unresponsive, yet her blood ...she was over 2 years ago when the dementia had just begun. Lots of confabulation but really 'feisty' and... "

" ...in someone with dementia. As would a ...effect they can have in combination with dementia. If someone with dementia suddenly becomes much more ...fact it probably is, confabulation. It sounds... "

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" ...bodies - chronic alcoholis w/ confabulation hippocampus - alzheimers w/ inability to form new memories. but rem Alzheimer also has cerebral atrophy "

" role of confabulation in alzheimer's or dementia? does anyone know how much of a role confabulation plays in alzheimers, dementia or any other similar disease? is it an early warning sign of that... "

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