Alzheimer’s Onset and Progression May Be Linked to Subclinical Epileptic Activity

Alzheimer’s Onset and Progression May Be Linked to Subclinical Epileptic Activity
Epileptic activity appear to be more frequent in patients with Alzheimer’s disease than in healthy individuals and may be linked to disease progression, according to a recent study. These findings, previously seen in animals, suggest that increased neuronal excitability, a feature of epilepsy, may also contribute to the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Of the study’s

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