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Computational model of Alzheimer’s links symptoms, brain anatomy, mental processing


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Nature Communications
Reuters Health - 05/04/2022 - A novel conceptual model of Alzheimer's disease, developed using functional imaging, connects clinical symptoms to brain anatomy and function, researchers say.  The model compresses complex brain anatomy relevant to dementia symptoms into a conceptual, color-coded framework that shows areas of the brain associated with neurodegenerative disorders and mental functions. Imaging patterns shown in the model relate to the symptoms experienced by patients (e.g., memory, social cognition, visuospatial processing).  "Our study showed that there is a simple relationship between mental functions and brain anatomy that can predict many aspect...


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