LATE is yet another unique type of deterioration that causes dementia. In early May, 2019, a research team led by scientists at the University of Kentucky gave a name to yet another condition that causes dementia. They call it LATE, or limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy. LATE can often be confused for Alzheimer’s disease.
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The identification of another form of dementia shows just how complicated the condition can be
May 12, 2019: “According to the team’s research, described in the journal Brain last month, estimates from autopsy studies suggest that LATE may occur in as many as 25% of adults over age 80. And it may be detracting from attempts to develop treatments for other conditions, like Alzheimer’s disease: Although it appears the progression of LATE is relatively slow, when patients have both LATE and Alzheimer’s disease, they deteriorate much faster. “It’s additive,” explained Peter Nelson, a neuropathologist at the University of Kentucky and lead author of the paper.
LATE is yet another unique type of deterioration that causes dementia.”
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