What does "diffuse slowing" mean in the context of EEG and Alzheimer's?
Medscape defines diffuse as generalized, in the context of EEG. Generalized means activity recorded across large portions of the cortex. This opposes focal patterns, that occur locally. In turn this ...
How can I find out why a person gets dementia?
As there are several diseases and conditions that can mimic dementia and as there are many possible causes of dementia, in order to avoid unnecessary investigations, the diagnosis of dementia and of ...
What science-based strategies can slow down dementia?
It depends on the disease that causes dementia. Dementia is a syndrome that has many causes. Some of them are treatable, such as metabolic/infectious diseases. Some are primary degenerative diseases ...
where can i find preprocessed fmri data set for alzheimer's disease
See https://www.reddit.com/r/neuro/comments/5y4pta/does_anyone_know_where_i_can_find_a_repository_of/ for a similar question. Websites that were posted there include http://www.humanconnectome.org/...
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