Head injury and Alzheimer's
Studies have found an association between head injury and later dementia. The mechanism is still not understood. A recent study found that a history of head injury is associated with increased amyloid deposition in the brain, globally and in the frontal cortex. This "hints at pathophysiology" to find amyloid in the frontal cortex, which is associated with Alzheimer's disease.
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The model was adjusted for age, sex, race, total intracranial volume, and cardiovascular disease, among other things. The study found that head injuries were more common among white male participants, but a slightly stronger link between head injury and increased amyloid deposition in black individuals.
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19, 2. P., M. Alexander Otto Clinical Neurology News, Author: Michele G. Sullivan Clinical Neurology News, & 11, 2. P. (2017, December 19). Head injury linked to amyloid deposition decades later. Retrieved January 05, 2018, from https://www.mdedge.com/clinicalneurologynews/article/154788/alzheimers-cognition/head-injury-linked-amyloid-deposition?oc_slh=1bfa450258f478dbfd9e69222122108ad78eaa1a91f644b08804e1ea877a5b75&channel=180&utm_source=News_CNN_eNL_010418_HA&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Head injury linked to amyloid deposition decades later