Projection neurons have been implicated in the progression of multiple sclerosis. A new study reports projection neurons are damaged by immune cells. This damage could contribute to both atrophy and cognitive changes associated with the disease.
Structural brain asymmetries are greater in those who are most likely to develop dementia, a new study reports.
A new neuroimaging study finds many Alzheimer's patients and those at risk of developing the disease show a combination of atrophy factors.
A new study reports on the anatomic reason why long term musical memory often stays intact for Alzheimer's patients.
A new study reports a biomarker for Alzheimer's disease could be detected with the help of neuroimaging technology.