A new study found that Asian, Black, and Hispanic patients are less likely to be eligible for new Alzheimer's drugs because they have a lower incidence of amyloid plaques in the brain.
The build-up of amyloid-beta plagues is a key feature of Alzheimer's disease and a top target for pharmaceutical treatments. Here is a closer look.
Amyloid angiopathy is a condition that may cause a hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in the brain). Find out what to expect if you have amyloid angiopathy.
Amyloidosis causes amyloid protein buildup in the body, which can damage organs, including the heart and kidneys. Reviewed by a board-certified physician.
An ulnar styloid fracture is an injury commonly seen in association with a broken wrist. Most ulnar styloid fractures do not need surgery.
Learn about the myeloid cell line, including which cell lines stem from myeloid and myeloid malignancies.
The Alzheimer's brain looks very different from the normal brain. Learn how plaques, tangles, size, and shape can all be affected.
In cardiac amyloidosis, abnormal proteins are deposited in cardiac muscle, leading to heart failure, arrhythmias, and cardiovascular instability.
The diagnostic process for acute myeloid leukemia will include a physical examination, lab tests, bone marrow biopsy, genetic testing, and imaging.
Researchers have created an algorithm that uses PET scans and a patient's age to predict when Alzheimer's symptoms will start.
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