volume 25, issue 2, P209-212 2011
DOI: 10.3233/jad-2011-101935
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Abstract: It has been widely believed that decreased cerebral blood flow (CBF), known to occur in Alzheimer's disease (AD), is the result of neuronal degeneration that causes a decrease in the need for adequate CBF. There is new interest in the idea, however, that it is not neuronal degeneration that leads to decreased CBF to critical neurons, but it is the decrease in CBF which is the cause of the neuronal deterioration seen in AD patients. In order to increase CBF to the AD brain, an operation called omental transposi…

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