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Original Investigation | August 22, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST
Tau Deposition and Cognitive Decline in Patients With Non-Alzheimer Pathophysiology
This cohort study assesses PET-measured tau deposition and cognitive decline over 5 years in Harvard Aging Brain study participants who were beta-amyloid-negative with neurodegeneration at baseline.
Original Investigation | August 15, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Association Between CV Risk Factors and Familial Alzheimer Disease
This cohort study investigates associations between coronary risk factors, stroke, and late-onset Alzheimer dementia in patients with familial disease.
Original Investigation | August 8, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Serum Docosahexaenoic Acid and Cerebral Amyloidosis
This cross-sectional study investigates correlations between serum DHA levels and cerebral amyloidosis, brain volumes, and neuropsychological testing measures in Aging Brain Study participants.
Clinical Implications of Basic Neuroscience Research | August 1, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Antisense Oligonucleotide Treatment of Neurological Disease
This narrative review summarizes the evolution of antisense oligonucleotides for treatment of neurological disorders.
Original Investigation | July 25, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Tau Imaging in Staging Alzheimer Disease
This study characterizes the diagnostic accuracy of [18F]-AV-1451 PET imaging for detecting in vivo tau protein in patients with Alzheimer disease.
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A Young Man With Recurrent Coma and Refractory Status Epilepticus
A man in his 30s presented with a 5-day history of vomiting, followed by lethargy and confusion. Two years prior, he had been hospitalized with coma with no identifiable precipitant.
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