The role of Alzheimer pathology in man. Alzheimer himself believed that the pathology he described was epiphenomenal, but removing it is the basis of current therapeutic strategies. Most people with late-onset dementia have mixtures of pathologies. Analyzing interactions of Alzheimer pathology with co-existing pathologies presents an opportunity to test if it is detrimental. The findings suggest that cultural effects express a different approach to performance on tasks which are relevant for clinical assessment of Alzheimer disease and other forms of dementia.
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