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my grandpa have chronic microvascular ischemic changes.he has deficiency in vit b12,show low o2 in the brain,have memory loss,his behavior has changed?

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Dr. Bradford Romans
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Answered on Aug 19, 2015
Dr. Bennett Machanic
51 years experience Neurology
?vascular dementia: 1. Get the vitamin B-12 into normal range with injections. 2. He may have had small strokes which need to be prevented with medication. 3. Could have Alzheimer's. Any of above separately or together could affect memory and behavior. A neurologist can help.
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