Alzheimer Disease

Alzheimer was first biologically named by Alois Alzheimer, a german pathologist. Alzheimer Disease can be defined as a neurodegenerative disorder, as it is a neuronal disease that eventually turns out as a serious brain damage, during prolonged stages.

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Default Mode Network in Post-stroke Depression

Default Mode Network is a network of interacting brain regions known to have activity highly correlated with each other and distinct from other networks in the brain. The existence of a default mode network (DMN) in the brain is well established..

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Functional Proteomics: Future for Dementia study

Dementia describes a range of symptoms including mental ability loss. It is caused by damage in neuronal cells, with interference in neural cell to cell communication. Functional Proteomics is an advanced technology to study the neuronal bio mechanism, that allows to evaluate the metabolic changes within neuronal cells and brain tissues.

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Melatonin for Sleep Disorders in Children with Cerebral Palsy

About 10,000 infants are diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral Palsy is caused by brain damage. Between 35% -50% of all children with CP has some level of mental retardation. The children may have learning disabilities and vision, speech, hearing, or language problems.

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