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Cognitive trajectory in mild cognitive impairment due to primary age-related tauopathy

Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Jan 17, 2020

Merilee TeylanJohn F Crary

Abstract

Primary age-related tauopathy is increasingly recognized as a separate neuropathological entity different from Alzheimer's disease. Both share the neuropathological features of tau aggregates and neuronal loss in the temporal lobe, but primary age-related tauopathy lacks the requisite a...read more

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Alzheimer's Disease
Mild Cognitive Disorder
Medical History
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Plaque (Lesion)
Neuropsychology
Hypertensive Disease
Evaluation
Clinical Dementia Rating Scale
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Cognitive trajectory in mild cognitive impairment due to primary age-related tauopathy

Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Jan 17, 2020

Merilee TeylanJohn F Crary

PMID: 31942622

DOI: 10.1093/brain/awz403

Abstract

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