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Korsakoff's syndrome Kor·sa·koff's syndrome (kôr'sə-kôfs')
A syndrome marked by confusion and severe impairment of memory for which the patient compensates by confabulation; it is often viewed as the psychological component of Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome. Also called Korsakoff's psychosis, polyneuritic psychosis.