Cortex Anatomy and Alzheimer's Disease



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There are 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer's Disease. This program explains the latest understanding of the anatomy and functions of the brain and how it relates to neurological diseases. Dr. Gil Rabinovici is at the forefront of novel diagnostic testing to detect Alzheimer's disease as early as possible. He explains what Alzheimer's is and current approaches to detecting it. Recorded on 03/17/2022. [Show ID: 37857]

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00:15 Maggie Waung, MD, PhD
15:43 Gil Rabinovici, MD

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