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1. Associations between vascular risk factors, carotid atherosclerosis and cortical volume and thickness in older adults
2012. Cardenas, Valerie, Reed, Bruce, Chao, Linda, Chui, Helena, Sanossian, Nerses, DeCarli, Charles, Mack, Wendy, Kramer, Joel, Hodis, Howard, Yan, Mingzhu, Buonocore, Michael, Carmichael, Owen, Jagust, William J., and Weiner, Michael W. Data from healthy and cognitively impaired elderly, enriched for cerebrovascular disease. Background and Purpose: To investigate ... UC San Francisco.
2. CSF Biomarker and PIB-PET Derived Beta-Amyloid Signature Predicts Metabolic, Grey Matter and Cognitive Changes in Non-Demented Subjects
2012. Ewers, Michael, Insel, Philip, Jagust, William J., Shaw, Leslie, Trojanowski, John Q., Aisen, Paul, Petersen, Ronald C., Schuff, Norbert, and Weiner, Michael W. Beta-amyloid (Aß is a histopathological hallmark of Alzheimer's disease dementia, but high levels of Aß in the brain can also be found ... UC San Francisco.
2012. Weiner, Michael W. This data set was acquired with the aim of determining the structural and chemical changes that occur in the brain as a result of ... UC San Francisco.
4. Patterns of age-related water diffusion changes in human brain by concordance and discordance analysis.
2012. Zhang, Yu, Du, An-Tao, Hayasaka, Satoru, Jahng, Geon-ho, Hlavin, Jennifer, Zhan, Wang, Weiner, Michael W., Schuff, Norbert, and Memory and Aging Center. In diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), interpreting changes in terms of fractional anisotropy (FA) and mean diffusivity or axial (D(||)) and ... UC San Francisco.
2012. Weiner, Michael W. These data were acquired with the overall goal of determining the regional and longitudinal pattern of changes in the brain which best ... UC San Francisco.
2012. Zhang, Yu, Schuff, Norbert, Du, An-Tao, Rosen, Howard J., Kramer, Joel H., Gorno-Tempini, Maria Luisa, Miller, Bruce L., Weiner, Michael W., and Memory and Aging Center. Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and Alzheimer's disease are sometimes difficult to differentiate clinically because of overlapping symptoms... UC San Francisco.