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Book review
Memory rehabilitation
  1. John Greene
  1. Correspondence to Dr John Greene, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Southern General Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 4TF, UK; john.greene{at}

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Memory complaints are seen increasingly in clinical practice. While much of this relates to dementia in the ageing population, many fixed deficits, such as stroke, head injury, encephalitis, etc, can produce memory deficits.

There still prevails a view that the adult brain cannot regenerate, and that cognition will either improve or not. This is incorrect, and memory rehabilitation can …

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