Neurology

A person’s ability to think, learn, and remember are collectively called cognition. Brain health is a term used to reflect how our cognition is working. These resources can help you learn more about cognition, brain health, dementia, testing, and diagnosis.
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Neurology
Clinical
Education Webinar

Breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment: Quantitation of CSF Beta Amyloid 40 & 42 Nigel J. Clarke, PhD, Senior Science Director for Mass Spectrometry and Automation, discusses the advantages in assessing Alzheimer’s disease by measurement of amyloid beta 42/40 ratio, describes an improved LC-MS/MS approach...

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2017 +
Clinical
Education Webinar

Diagnostic Biomarkers in Alzheimer’s Disease Lealani Mae Acosta, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Neurology Department of Neurology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, describes the clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), discusses pathological changes and outlines the currently available AD biomarkers...

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2017 +
Research
Findings Article

New ways of thinking about Alzheimer’s disease Evaluating AD biomarkers with this new methodology may help clarify the relative likelihood of AD, which could lead to better patient management...

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2019 +
Research
Findings Article

Testing Brain Health How to objectively test for brain health—arguments for and against universal screening, testing asymptomatic seniors...

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2019 +
Research
Findings Article

Early Assessment of Brain Health Data on brain health, cognition and screening for cognitive impairment point to the benefits of early assessment of dementia. However, there is lack of agreement on whether asymptomatic elderly individuals should be screened. Several arguments have been made...

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2018 +
Testing
Guide

Dementia Dementia is a condition which includes a wide range of symptoms linked to declining memory, thinking skills, trouble with reasoning and judgment, changes in personality confusion...

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2014 +

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