Tag Archives: Hippocampal Atrophy

Time for a Complete Reset in Alzheimer’s Disease / Dementia Drugs Research: Never Too Late? (BBC News / Brain / NHS Digital)

Summary A new type of dementia, previously misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s Disease, has been discovered to be prevalent in the oldest of old persons. Perhaps a third of elderly people earlier thought to have Alzheimer’s Disease may have had Limbic-predominant age-related … Continue reading

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Hippocampal Atrophy Linked to Religiosity

Summary Previous studies have shown that reductions in hippocampal volume are linked to clinical outcomes, such as depression, dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease. The research reported in this scientific paper discovered there to be significantly greater hippocampal atrophy in persons reporting … Continue reading

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