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Alzheimer's disease

07-02-2019 | Alzheimer's disease | News | Article

Early tau deposition findings support sex differences in AD risk

Researchers have found that clinically healthy women with high amyloid burden have elevated tau deposition compared with men.

24-01-2019 | Alzheimer's disease | News | Article

Frailty plays a key role in dementia risk

Frailty appears to modify the relationship between Alzheimer’s disease pathology and Alzheimer’s dementia, with increased levels making people more susceptible to clinical disease.

13-12-2018 | Neurology | Main feed | News

Biomarkers predict cognitive impairment risk

US researchers have used population-based data to predict an individual’s absolute risk of developing cognitive impairment according to imaging-based biomarkers of amyloid and neuronal injury.

06-12-2018 | Alzheimer's disease | News | Article

Factors predicting misclassification in brief cognitive testing identified

Over a third of patients tested for dementia in the primary care setting may be misclassified due to specific biases in commonly used brief cognitive tests, study findings indicate.

29-11-2018 | Alzheimer's disease | News | Article

Global burden of dementia estimated

The number of people living with dementia globally has more than doubled between 1990 and 2016, estimates the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016.

22-11-2018 | Alzheimer's disease | Highlight | Article

Most patients with Down’s syndrome will have dementia at the time of death

Dementia is the proximate cause of death in 70% of older adults with Down’s syndrome, show findings from a large community-based study published in JAMA Neurology.

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