QEEG differentiates Alzheimer's Dementia from Cognitively Impaired

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by Jay Gunkelman, Chief Science Officer, QEEG-Diplomate -

Alzheimer's disease and mildly cognitively impaired amnesia clients are often a difficult clinical differential diagnostic quandary.  The qEEG can help solve this dilemma

In Basel Switzerland researchers have recently shown that the qEEG can differentiate between mild cognitive impairment with amnesia from those with early Alzheimer's Dementia.  The slow content seen temporally was a significant differentiator, with significance remaining even after corrections for multiple statistical comparison, which is a step often skipped in qEEG.






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May 17, 2017, 3:51 AM
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