EEG of a brain with Alzheimer's disease

EEG of a brain with Alzheimer's disease

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Caption: Alzheimer's disease EEG. Electroencephalogram (EEG) of the brain of a person suffering from Alzheimer's disease. In EEG, electrodes placed on the scalp measure the tiny electrical impulses created during mental activity. With Alzheimer's disease the brainwaves are abnormally flat showing the low activity brought on by the widespread destruction of brain tissue. Alzheimer's disease is responsible for memory loss, disorientation and the majority of cases of Senile Dementia. The origin of Alzheimer's disease is unknown and currently there is no cure.

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Keywords: alzheime, alzheimer's, alzheimer's disease, alzheimers disease, brainwave, condition, disease, disorder, eeg, electroencephalogram, healthcare, medical, medicine

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