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Tau imaging for the study of corticobasal syndrome: The first steps of in vivo neuropathology

December 13, 2021
Episode:52
Dr. Günter Hoglinger discusses the article he recently published in the Movement Disorders journal on tau imaging in a cohort of corticobasal syndrome patients, along with amyloid PET and CSF analysis to differentiate the neuropathological entity underlying the clinical manifestations. Read the article
Special thank you to:Dr. Günter Hoglinger
Host(s):
Michele Matarazzo, MD 

Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre, The University of British Columbia

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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