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Diagnosed with mild cerebral atrophy, has increased weakness, memory loss. Any medications?

dear dr. my brother is 63 years of age , and he was diagonised to have a condition of mild cerebral atrophy . the consulting neurologist said that it is quite normal for a person of his age. of late he has become very weak and forgets dates and other small things. which when reminded he is fine. is there any medication that will help him. will be grateful if you could help thanking you william christy
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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First thing cerebral atrophy with neurodegenarative changes is a continuous process we cant stop it and because of this he may have sleepless nights,confused behaviour specially after sun downing,forgetfullness,talking things of past or names that date back to 10-20 years ago....if like this symptoms are there alzhaimers disease...dementia is the most common cause.Do start with donepezil memantidine and neuroprotectors like citicholine piracetam and heavy doses of multivitamin.If fearfullness suspiciousness etc r there bettre add with anti psychotics....and dont forget to consult a psychiatrist before giving any medication.
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