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What is Keller's disease?

Description of the Disease

Keller's disease, also known as vascular dementia, is a neurological condition characterized by cognitive impairment and damage to the brain's blood vessels.


  • Keller's disease can be classified as a form of dementia associated with vascular disorders.


  • Headaches
  • Memory loss
  • Decline in cognitive functions


The main cause of Keller's disease is the disruption of blood flow in the brain, leading to ischemia and hypoxia of brain tissue.


Diagnostic methods for Keller's disease include neuroimaging techniques and clinical examinations.


Treatment for Keller's disease aims to restore blood flow in the brain and improve cognitive functions. This includes medication, physical rehabilitation, and psychotherapy.


Prevention of Keller's disease includes controlling blood pressure, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and regular medical check-ups.


To diagnose, treat, and prevent Keller's disease, it is important to consult a neurologist or neurosurgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.