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Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease (Current Clinical Neurology)

by Leonard F. M. Scinto

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0896034526, Hardcover)

Drs. Leonard Scinto and Kirk Daffner provide a comprehensive survey of new diagnostic approaches to Alzheimer's disease. The authoritative contributors critically survey the most promising current research on early diagnostic markers for Alzheimer's disease, including the elucidation of changes in the brain revealed by structural and functional neuroimaging, as well as the characteristic patterns of cognitive decline that are documented by sensitive neuropsychological tests, various genetic markers, and biological assays. Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease illuminates the complex issues surrounding the search for early markers of this increasingly widespread disease. It will establish a new standard reference guide for all those working with Alzheimer's patients.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:13:52 -0400)

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