Atypical From Of Alzheimer's Disease Might Be More Common

May 2, 2014 3:20 PM

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Atypical From Of Alzheimer's Disease Might Be More Common

Neuroscientists have defined a subtype of Alzheimer's disease (AD) that they say is neither well recognized nor treated appropriately.

Researchers examined around 1,820 AD-confirmed brains and found that around 11 percent of them had a variant called hippocampal sparing AD. The figure suggests that this subtype is relatively widespread in the general population.

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