The brain obtains information from the body’s five senses which is passed through the brain’s transentorhinal cortex to the Entorhinal Cortex (EC). The EC processes the information and transfers the information to the hippocampus for short term memory storage. If […]
INTRODUCTION There are many mental diseases that lead to a medical syndrome known as Dementia. Syndrome is defined as signs and symptoms that result from, and/or associated with a particular disease. Different syndromes occur with different mental diseases as […]
An overview of Dementia
Figure 1 shows five stages of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) that contains uncertain AD presymptomatic, symptomatic and dementia periods that begins with unaware biological anomalies as early as age 45. This article provides some a little knowledge and insight for AD […]
TIP N0 1 (4/4/19: Realize that Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a result of amyloid plaque that progresses to produce fibrils and tangles in the Tau protein, that initiates an unknown cognitive impairment which later begin to cause simple memory problems […]
The above table proposes to redefine the current stage 1 (asymptomatic) in the FDA guidance for Early Alzheimer’s disease (green) to a separate disease called Bata Amyloid Plaque Disease (BAPD). Currently, medical doctors and neurologist address symptomatic AD in the […]
This article introduces an overview of the most complex organ in the human body…the Brain. The magnitude of the brain’s functions and parts make it very difficult to understand. The brain is further complicated by the various ways to explain […]
Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease with Bruce’s Hypothesis – Will the Alzheimer’s community and FDA accept this method?