Tag Archives: Noninvasive Electrophysiological Markers

Brain Functional Networks as Diagnostic Markers (Future Directions in the Diagnosis and Assessment of Dementia?)

Abstract This article reviews various non-invasive biomarkers which might be used to detect Alzheimer’s Disease in its earliest pre-dementia stages. The feasibility of neuroimaging tools, such as MR, SPECT, and FDG-PET imaging are examined, as are neurophysiological measurements using EEG. … Continue reading

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Auditory Event-Related Potentials (Future Directions in the Diagnosis and Assessment of Dementia?)

Abstract This review examines event-related potentials (ERPs) as under-utilised clinical and research instruments which could play a role in the diagnosis and evaluation of neurological / psychiatric disorders, including dementia. ERPs are noninvasive and reflect cortical neuronal activity directly. Previous … Continue reading

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