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If the neuropsychologist thinks the patient is prone to memory impairment, the patient must suffer from memory impairment. I can't see what difference it makes in this context. Besides, prone is an adjective and häiriöalttius is a noun.
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prone to be confused
Explanation: 'häiriö' can mean any kind of malfunction or disturbance. In this case, it could be translated "prone to misremember", not quite the same as 'muistin heikkous' or "forgetfulness"
Desmond O'Rourke United States Local time: 07:33 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 57