White Matter Dementia by Christopher M. Filley
White Matter Dementia Christopher M. Filley ebook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A white matter disorder in dementia of the Alzheimer type: a pathoanatomical study. Presenting the novel concept of white matter dementia, this unique book offers hope for a better understanding and treatment of dementia. White matter damage significantly predicted dementia after controlling for amyloid. White matter lesions and dementia: MRI- pathological correlation. Periventricular white matter changes anddementia. Reconsidering harbingers of dementia: progression of parietal lobe white matter hyperintensities predicts Alzheimer's disease incidence. Small vessel dementia, refers to slowly progressive, exclusively white-matter, multi-infarct dementia. White matter changes and poststroke dementia. Official Full-Text Publication: White matter dementia on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. White matter hyperintensities (WMHs) in the brain are the consequence of cerebral small vessel disease, and can easily be detected on MRI. Leys D(1), Hénon H, Pasquier F. Udaka F(1), Sawada H, Kameyama M. Cerebral white matter lesions (WML) in elderly people are thought to result from small-vessel disease and are considered to be a risk factor for dementia. Johns Hopkins Memory Health Alert discusses deterioration of brain s whitematter, dementia, depression. Patients were selected from a series of patients with VaD that had other causes ofdementia eliminated pathologically. Profiles of white matter tract pathology in frontotemporal dementia. Forty-three patients with computed tomographic scan findings of decreased attenuation in the periventricular white matter (PVWM) region were studied.