Early Alzheimer’s Might Be Predicted by Changed Nerve Signaling Patterns

Early Alzheimer’s Might Be Predicted by Changed Nerve Signaling Patterns
Researchers at the Technical University of Madrid, in Spain, have discovered that changes in nerve signaling patterns exist in the brains of people with mild cognitive impairment, a condition believed to precede Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. From the study  ”A multicenter study of the early detection of synaptic dysfunction in Mild Cognitive Impairment using Magnetoencephalography-derived functional connectivity,” published in the journal NeuroImage: Clinical, the finding suggests that the procedure could provide early identification
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