Is loneliness predictive of preclinical Alzheimer disease? Dr. Lazzara discusses a study of cortical amyloid burden and loneliness in older adults.
Utilizing measurements of cortical amyloid burden and UCLA-3 loneliness scores, researchers asked if loneliness could be a neuropsychiatric preclinical symptom of Alzheimer disease. In this Medical News Minute, developed exclusively for Neurology Times, Dr. Bobby Lazzara reports on a study of 79 cognitively normal, community-dwelling adults with an average age of 76.4 years.
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