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Dr. Lee Moon Keen

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4.7
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I took my father to see her. Excellent clear thoughtful advice. He didn't take it, but she was excellent. Heartily recommended.

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3.6
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She had treated my mom for many years for her stroke attacks. Very nice and friendly lady. As a doctor, she takes time to explain of your illness/ condition. She has the human touch. She is a very professional and experienced doctor. Keep it up doc.

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Dr. Lee Moon Keen is a Fellow Member at the Academy of Medicine in Malaysia. A fellowship member at ACADMED is very experienced in their respective fields and have contributed significantly to the advancement of medicine field. Dr. Lee Moon Keen is a Fellow Member in College of Physicians.
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3.9
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Dr. Lee Moon Keen is a member of Specialty Subcommittee in the field of Neurology, representing Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, AMM.
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Consultant Neurologist Dr. Lee Moon Keen said dementia generally refers to the impairment of cognitive functions such as memory, judgment and brain function. It is commonly caused by Alzheimer's Disease (AD), followed by vascular dementia (VaD). Referring to Amir's condition that happens to have some sort of short-term memory loss, Lee said it is an early and persistent feature of AD and other dementias. Patients who are aged 65 years old and below are categorized as having 'early onset dementia' that may be caused by two elements; pre-senile dementia or senile dementia with early onset. The latter is considered rare compared with late-onset, as it is more likely to be caused by uncommon conditions.
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