In correspondence published in The Lancet Neurology, researchers proposed a new definition of adult brain health.
This was a retrospective cohort study that compared the risk of dementia in young patients with traumatic compared with spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
Using systematic video analysis, researchers assessed the efficacy of nelotanserin for symptomatic treatment of REM sleep behavior disorder in patients with dementia.
The investigational adeno-associated virus mediated gene therapy is being developed to deliver the protective APOE2 gene to the CNS.
Researchers evaluated a case study of a patient who was diagnosed with frontotemporal behavioral dementia whose autopsy showed coexistent TDP-43 type A and Alzheimer disease pathologies and cerebrovascular disease.
The study authors sought to examine the associations between race/ethnicity and timeliness of dementia diagnosis, as well as the comprehensiveness of diagnostic evaluation.
Findings from a recent study emphasize the importance of neurocognitive assessment in men undergoing ADT, especially in younger patients, according to investigators.
There may be an association between a history of psychiatric disorders in patients and age of onset of Alzheimer disease.
Evidence suggests the importance of decreasing -amyloid deposition in brains of patients with Alzheimer disease early in care.
Patients with Lewy body dementia with likely AD-type copathology may have impaired language compared to those without such copathology.