In general paralysis of the insane and in senile dementia the blood vessels are always diseased.
McRimmon laughed an' chuckled—the pairfect eemage o' senile dementia.
Age softens some hard characters, but in John Wynne the early development of senile dementia deprived him of this chance.
If she had any sense of decency, she would not accept what was clearly the raving of senile dementia.
At last his powerful mind gave way, so that he died a victim to senile dementia.
Added to senile dementia there is often found a condition of mania or melancholia or even of systematized delusional insanity.
Sexual anæsthesia or hypoæsthesia or even impotence may occur in the later stages of general paralysis and senile dementia.
We have seen that senile paradoxy often shows itself, as a symptom of senile dementia, by a sexual appetite for children.
senile dementia n.
A progressive, abnormally accelerated deterioration of mental faculties and emotional stability in old age, occurring especially in Alzheimer's disease.