By Gunhild Waldemar, Alistair Burns
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Prominent constructive apraxia in a patient with AD. Executive functions are typically impaired early in the course of AD. Executive functions (often called frontal abilities) refer specifically to the ability to initiate, plan, sequence, and monitor behaviour required to organize a response and solve a com- 29 plex problem. Patients may show difficulties with planning, organizing, and abstracting. Previously mastered complex tasks may take much longer to complete that they used to and the patient may be unable to understand conversations with abstract content.
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Alzheimer's disease by Gunhild Waldemar, Alistair Burns