Suspected non-Alzheimer's pathology – Is it non-Alzheimer's or non-amyloid?

Volume: 36, Pages: 20 - 31
Published: Jul 1, 2017
Abstract
Neurodegeneration, the progressive loss of neurons, is a major process involved in dementia and age-related cognitive impairment. It can be detected clinically using currently available biomarker tests. Suspected Non-Alzheimer Pathology (SNAP) is a biomarker-based concept that encompasses a group of individuals with neurodegeneration, but no evidence of amyloid deposition (thereby distinguishing it from Alzheimer's disease (AD)). These...
Paper Details
Title
Suspected non-Alzheimer's pathology – Is it non-Alzheimer's or non-amyloid?
Published Date
Jul 1, 2017
Volume
36
Pages
20 - 31
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