Preclinical Alzheimer's disease

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Abstract

Summary

Recently, diagnostic criteria for preclinical Alzheimer's disease have been proposed. These describe and define three stages of disease. Stage I is focused on asymptomatic cerebral amyloidosis. Stage II includes evidence of synaptic dysfunction and/or early degeneration. Finally, stage III of the disease is characterized by the beginning of cognitive decline.

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